Archive for February, 2009

Just after the news about Jruby running on Android, here comes news about Ruby & RubyCocoa running on iPhone. iphone-rubycocoa: Ruby / RubyCocoa for the iPhone SDK According to the blog of the author who created this project (Takuma Mori ), he started this experiment after inspired by the fact that several iPhone applications are […]


Rubuto Is Your Friend JRuby 1.2 RC1 Released, Initial support for Android I quickly tried instruction on Charles Nutter’s blog and managed to do “Hello World”, though I got error when I tried to use IRB. I will post more detail and gotchas once I fully managed to run it on my environment.


Previously Part One – Syncing public Tweet on Rhosync server Part Two – Displaying public Tweet on iPhone Simulator At the previous 2 posts, we went through the very basic of how you write code in Rhosync and Rhodes. This time, we go through the similar steps,but additional functionalities to read and create your own […]


It’s not ruby related, but I thought this is interesting news. The google translation of this Japanese article is actually not bad, but I will¬†summarize¬†key points. Aplix is a technology solution company to provide Java development platform to Japanese mobilie network providers, such as NTT Docomo, KDDI and Softbank mobile (Used to be J -phone […]


What we have done at previous tutorial. At the previous post, we created an Rhosync adapter to fetch public timeline of Twitter. Take a note of the url where you displayed the record, because you will need it when you build rhodes app. In my case, the url is like this. http://localhost:3000/apps/6/sources/11 “6” is id […]


Once you play with sample applications provided from rhomobile, now you might want to make something on your own. I’ve seen lots of desktop client app tutorial with “Creating Sample Twitter App” examples, so I also tried something similar. I will try to explain my code examples step by step including error messages and mistakes […]


Hello world!

07Feb09

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 […]