I build web, mobile and desktop apps, produce screencasts, write ebooks, and provide pairing and training

Building Mac OS X apps with RubyMotion early access edition is here

Jun 22, 2015 - Elliott Draper

The book that I’ve been working on, Building Mac OS X apps with RubyMotion, is available now to purchase in early access. You can learn more about the book here. The book is about 2/3rd complete now, with the rest coming via regular updates over the coming weeks. On the book page you can see a table of contents, which also lists which content is in the book already.

There are also a few different packages you can purchase - the book on its own, the book with a screencast series that’ll follow after the completion of the book (that’ll show the building of a Mac app from start to finish) and also a package that includes the book, screencasts, and some pairing time with me to help with any questions you have, or to work with you on your app!

The pricing of the packages is reduced for early access, and today is the last day you can also get an exclusive additional discount as a subscriber on the book mailing list. Subscribe on the book page to get the discount codes sent to you right away, and also to get the Getting Started guide absolutely free (which is the first two chapters of the book). You then have until midnight PDT (8am tomorrow BST, 9am tomorrow CEST, 3am tomorrow EDT) to use the discount codes if you decide to purchase one of the packages.

If you have any questions about the book, you can tweet me @kickcode or @ejdraper!

Available now in early access: Building Mac OS X apps with RubyMotion!

Unlock the power of Ruby in your Mac OS X apps to build everything from utility and productivity apps, to developer tools and helpers, to fully fledged desktop user interfaces. You'll integrate with web APIs, with core system functions, learn powerful ways to build user interfaces, and more. You'll learn how to best structure your apps and to take advantage of the Ruby syntax to make your development more efficient than building the app in Objective-C.

Learn more or purchase now.

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Building Mac OS X apps with RubyMotion

Learn how to build Mac apps with using Ruby with this ebook, currently in early access, and with the finished version coming soon.