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RubyMotion - Creating and using custom application URLs in your RubyMotion iOS app

In this week’s episode, we take a look at creating custom URL schemes for your application, so that other applications can open it, and how to open another application from your app. We are going to work with two applications, one for asking for authentication, and one to act as an authenticator, similar to how “Connect with Facebook” used to work before it was integrated into iOS.

https://motioninmotion.tv/screencasts/12

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