Welcome to the bumper pick’n'mix of Ruby and Rails news and releases for May 2012, fresh from the pages of Ruby Weekly (which, unsurprisingly, comes out once every week – on Thursdays).
Highlights include: RubyMotion’s release, the JRuby guys are moving to Red Hat, Spree 1.1, DHH’s RailsConf keynote, and JRuby 1.7.0 preview 1.
RubyMotion Released: It’s Ruby, but for iOS
The biggest Ruby news of the month! RubyMotion is a Ruby implementation and toolchain for iOS by Laurent Sansonetti, the former MacRuby lead developer, that lets you build iPhone and iPad apps.
DHH’s RailsConf 2012 Keynote (YouTube)
DHH rails against conservatism, people who think about the newbies, and ex-hippies, while celebrating progress and getting the audience to chant “I will not fear change, I will not fight progress”. Read More