Setting up RubyMotion
- managing Xcode versions with xcode-select
- the motion command line tool
- motion update and the changelog
- motion repo and the RubyMotion template repository
Before we get started, you will need to set up your Mac for RubyMotion/iOS development. You can either watch and work through the steps with the video, or download the preparation.pdf file, read the *entire file*, and then go ahead and follow the instructions contained therein for installing Xcode and RubyMotion.
Even if you have installed RubyMotion and Xcode before, it's a good idea to read this document, and download / update to the latest, greatest versions.
The Apple Developer website.
You can get Xcode from the App Store OR download here.
The Ruby Version Manager documentation. (I use RVM)
A link to the DragonRiders Slack group, to join the RubyMotion, A DragonRuby product community.