Objective-C libraries and tools

Opening Keynote resources at #iOSonRailsConf by Mattt Thompson, Mobile Lead @ Heroku. Objective-C libraries and tools, including CocoaPods, AFNetworking, RubyMotion, and Frank.

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    Helios.io

    Helios is an open-source framework that provides essential backend services for iOS apps, from data synchronization and user accounts to push notifications, in-app purchases, and passbook integration. It allows developers to get a client-server app up-and-running in just a few minutes, and seamlessly incorporate functionality as necessary.

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    Frank

    Frank is Selenium for native iOS apps. It allows you to write automated acceptance tests which verify the functionality of your native iOS app.

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    teacup

    <div><div><span>A DSL written by and for the rubymotion community. Follow @teacup_rb for commit notifications.</span></div></div>

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    KIF

    KIF, which stands for Keep It Functional, is an iOS integration test framework. It allows for easy automation of iOS apps by leveraging the accessibility attributes that the OS makes available for those with visual disabilities.KIF uses undocumented Apple APIs. This is true of most iOS testing frameworks, and is safe for testing purposes, but its important that KIF does not make it into production code, as it will get your app submission denied by Apple. Follow the instructions below to ensure that KIF is configured correctly for your project.

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    RubyMotion - Ruby for iOS

    <div><span>RubyMotion is a revolutionary toolchain for iOS.&nbsp;<br>It lets you quickly develop and test&nbsp;<b>native iOS applications</b>&nbsp;for iPhone or iPad, all using the awesome&nbsp;<b>Ruby</b>&nbsp;language you know and love.</span><a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.rubymotion.com/#why">Why RubyMotion?</a><a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.rubymotion.com/getting-started" title="Link: http://www.rubymotion.com/getting-started">Let's get started!</a></div>

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    sugarcube

    CocoaTouch/iOS is a verbose framework. These extensions hope to make development in rubymotion more enjoyable by tacking "UI" methods onto the base classes String, Fixnum, Numeric. With SugarCube, you can create a color from an integer or symbol, or create a UIFont or UIImage from a string.

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    motion-xray

    An iOS Inspector that runs inside your app, so you can debug and analyze from your device in real-world situations.

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    sugarcube

    CocoaTouch/iOS is a verbose framework. These extensions hope to make development in rubymotion more enjoyable by tacking "UI" methods onto the base classes String, Fixnum, Numeric. With SugarCube, you can create a color from an integer or symbol, or create a UIFont or UIImage from a string.

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    ReactiveCocoa

    ReactiveCocoa RAC is an Objective-C framework for Functional Reactive Programming. It provides APIs for composing and transforming streams of values.If youre already familiar with functional reactive programming or know the basic premise of ReactiveCocoa, check out the Documentation folder for a framework overview and more in-depth information about how it all works in practice.

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    nui

    NUI is a drop-in UI kit for iOS that lets you style UI elements using a style sheet, similar to CSS. It lets you style an entire app in minutes

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