This is my first post at Ruby On Mobile.
I do currently work as Ruby On Rails Web developer, but got interested in mobile app development, even though I don’t own any smartphones, such as iPhone, T-mobile G1 nor Blackberry.
Since I don’t know anything about mobile development nor any of mobile app development languages such as ObjectiveC(iPhone), Java(Android, Blackberry), nor C++ (Symbian), first thing I did was to search if there were any way I could write mobile app using web technologies, like AdobeAir does for desktop app.
Embedding WebKit web browser into your mobile app locally seems interesting way to achieve mobile app development, but it seems not matured yet.
Then, I found this article.
As soon as I read the article, I started following tutorial provided from Rhomobile, the company behind Rhodes and Rhomobile.
At this blog, I will write about my experience playing with Rhodes/Rhosync.
Since I named this blog as “Ruby On Mobile”, I will write about other Ruby related mobile projects and libraries as I find. I am also thinking about learning basic of Android, iPhone and Mobile Website development, so that I can compare which approach suits developing what type of mobile services.
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