I don't really have much time. How long will it take?
It's only 1.5 hours of content, to go through the main video lessons. Bonus lessons can be reviewed as you need them, if you need them, once you start building your own app.
I don't really like videos, is there something I can read?
Yup, we have an accompanying ebook, which covers all the content from the main lesson videos.
Is RubyMotion *really* Ruby?
RubyMotion is a *compiled* version of Ruby, forked at ~ Ruby 1.9. It treats keyword arguments a little differently than Ruby 2.0, but with the new DragonRuby initiative, has started converging back to the Ruby language spec.
Is it hard to design a mobile app? What about all the different screen sizes?
The included app design worksheets with bonus video will guide you through the basics of designing a pleasing and flexible app, that will work responsively on most screen sizes.
I heard it's hard to get an app on my phone. Is that part of the course?
With our lesson on mobile provisioning, you will find it's as easy as 1,2,3 to set up your certificates, provision your phone, and deploy your app.
How do I create [X/Y/Z] kind of screen?
We don't want you to waste time figuring out ALL THE THINGS, so we've included working, documented source code for some of the most commonly asked for examples: Maps, Data-refreshable tables, Web Screens. More examples will be added as students of the course ask for them.