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Create a basic iPhone app in 15 minutes using Ruby - RubyMotion Screencast

Sometimes you need to build something really quick, just to get an idea across. RubyMotion is fantastic for building iOS and OS X apps quickly, but with the help of gems like ProMotion, you can work twice as fast! That’s why we’re going to take a look at ProMotion. This will be the first in a series of episodes about the gems you have at your disposal and how you can use them all together to write beautiful code, quicker than usual.

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