iPhone application development via rubyonrails on windows

hello everyone ,

                   i want to learn iPhone application development

via rubyonrails on windows( just for start up ), How it can be
possible .if it can be possible or anyone doing .please suggest or
links or books-links

On 06 Aug 2010, at 13:01, ashu wrote:

                  i want to learn iPhone application development

via rubyonrails on windows( just for start up ), How it can be
possible .if it can be possible or anyone doing .please suggest or
links or books-links

http://www.google.com/

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

thanks but i need some more

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Thanks:
Rajeev sharma

It was a gentle hint to do your own homework. Since you were able to
type 30-ish words to the mailing list, you might as well have typed
three or four in the google search field and have come up with plenty
(and i mean plenty) of links concerning what you are asking.

http://www.google.be/search?q=iphone+ruby+on+rails+windows
http://www.google.be/search?q=iphone+ruby+on+rails

On 06 Aug 2010, at 17:40, kannav rajeev wrote:

links or books-links

http://www.google.com/

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

Rails generates html. If you want an “iPhone” look and feel, then you
should use something that provides the appropriate .css and javascript
support. iUi is one way to go, and while not at all Rails or Ruby
specific, you might find Professional iPhone and iPod touch
Programming (by Richard Wagner) to be helpful (I did!!), and you might
google the true guru, Noel Rappin, who has developed a few plugins –
See, http://github.com/noelrappin/rails-iui and
http://github.com/noelrappin/tank-engine
If you’re really looking to do your own work then those hints should
help get you on the correct path.

Sandy

hey peter thanks again ,but i need some book or else to move foreword
as i
did not get that then i wrote here

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Thanks:
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Robert W. wrote:

ashu wrote:

hello everyone ,

                   i want to learn iPhone application development

via rubyonrails on windows( just for start up ), How it can be
possible .if it can be possible or anyone doing .please suggest or
links or books-links

Just in case you’re talking about developing native apps for the iPhone
that you can submit to the Apple iOS App Store, then no you cannot do
that with Ruby (or any other scripting language)

…unless you use Rhodes.

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
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ashu wrote:

hello everyone ,

                   i want to learn iPhone application development

via rubyonrails on windows( just for start up ), How it can be
possible .if it can be possible or anyone doing .please suggest or
links or books-links

Just in case you’re talking about developing native apps for the iPhone
that you can submit to the Apple iOS App Store, then no you cannot do
that with Ruby (or any other scripting language) on Windows.

For true native iOS app development you need:

  • A Mac running Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • The iOS SDK
  • Xcode 3.2.x+ (Included with every Mac, or available as a free download
    with the iOS SDK)
  • Knowledge of the Objective-C programming language
  • Knowledge of the Cocoa touch development framework

As mentioned by others already, if you want to build a web site with an
iOS look-and-feel, then there are many options. Find one you like and
use it. It’s mostly just about CSS, plus a few other environment
independent technologies anyway.

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

…unless you use Rhodes.

Oh yea! I forgot about that one.

ashu wrote:

hello everyone ,

                   i want to learn iPhone application development

via rubyonrails on windows( just for start up ), How it can be
possible .if it can be possible or anyone doing .please suggest or
links or books-links

Hey Ashu,

Try on Google.com you can find out a lots of articles & tutorials
related to iphone + ROR…

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596805784/ iPhone, HTML and CSS.
ROR on Windows (some of us are forces to use it at work)
http://johnivanoff.blogspot.com/2010/03/new-ruby-on-rails-setup-on-windows-xp.html

Cheers,
John

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