MacRuby In Action, a new book that teaches Ruby developers how to code OS X applications in Ruby, was released this week through Manning Publications. Jerry Cheung, a senior engineer at Intridea authored the book alongside Brendan Lim and Jeremy McAnally.
In the book you'll explore key Cocoa design patterns, along with a few twists that MacRuby makes possible. You'll also pick up high-value techniques including system scripting, automated testing practices, and getting your apps ready for the Mac App Store. It was written for Rubyists by Rubyists and no previous experience with Cocoa, Objective-C, or Mac OS X is required!
I asked Jerry what inspired him to work on this book:
You can get your eBook copy of MacRuby in Action today or preorder your pBook version now through Manning! After you've had a chance to digest some of the content, we'd love to hear your thoughts on the book. Leave your comments below or let us know on Twitter!
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