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Build an OS X app in Ruby: Part 3

In parts one and two we got our application up to the point where the UI was sending us information through the terminal, but now in part 3 we’re going to setup our model and get the controller to keep the UI in sync!

Read it now, doing all 3 parts will take less than 30 minutes!

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