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RubyMotion: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

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+# RubyMotion: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly #
+## by Jeremy Weiskotten ##
+### Abstract ###
+RubyMotion revolutionizes the way we build native iOS apps. We can use the
+development tools we're most comfortable with while leveraging the power and
+expressiveness of Ruby.
+RubyMotion is continuously improving and the open source ecosystem is strong
+and growing. But like any new technology, it's not all roses. Experienced Ruby
+developers may have preconceived notions, misconceptions, and false assumptions
+about RubyMotion is and what it can do. I'll discuss what works well, where the
+tools can improve, and what bothers me the most with an eye towards improving
+the toolchain and ecosystem.
+### Additional Notes ###
+We're building a few new iOS apps at Terrible Labs with RubyMotion. As seasoned
+Ruby and Rails developers, with some painful history in building iOS apps with
+Objective-C as well as HTML5 apps with PhoneGap/Cordova, we're excited about the
+future of RubyMotion. We'd love to share what we've learned with the community.
+## Social ##
+* [](Terrible Labs)
+* [](@doctorzaius)
+* [](GitHub)

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