A port of Ruby on Rails' ActiveResource to Objective-C (and specifically the iPhone)
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Overview

ObjectiveResource is a port of Rails’ ActiveResource framework to Objective-C.

The primary purpose of this project is to quickly and easily connect
iPhone applications with servers running Rails.

A secondary goal of this project is to provide some popular Rubyisms to
Objective-C. This work can be found in the ActiveSupport group.

Getting Started

Sample Code

This project comes bundled with a sample iPhone application and a sample
Rails application. To see how everything works together you can open
up the .xcodeproj and fire up a rails server in sample_rails_app.

Integrating with your project

  1. Download (clone) the objectiveresource project
    1. If you are using git you can checkout objectiveresource as a submodule
  2. open the .xcodeproj in XCode for both objectiveresource and your iPhone project
  3. drag the ActiveResource and ActiveSupport groups from the objectiveresource project onto your iPhone project