What's New in Ruby: June 2013

Every month, Kansas City Ruby (#kcruby) reviews a subset of Peter Cooper's fantastic Ruby Weekly selections, along with other items picked up around the web. http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2013/05/14/ruby-2-0-0-p195-is-released/

Ruby 2.0.0p195 released

The first patchlevel release of 2.0.0. It includes a security fix of Ruby DL / Fiddle extension, along with some bug fixes and optimizations, mostly listed here.

RubyMotion Goes 2.0 And Gets OSX Support, Templates and Plugins

RubyMotion celebrates its first birthday with a version 2.0 release. The most significant update is you can now use the originally iOS-only toolkit for building regular OS X apps.

mruby: web irb

mruby is written in C and normally compiles to x86 or ARM byte code. Here its been compiled to JavaScript, using llvm and emscripten. The JavaScript produced is compatible with asm.js, which helps your browser's JavaScript VM run the code more efficiently.

Introducing Octokit: GitHub-maintained Client Libraries for the GitHub API

Octokit.rb: https://github.com/octokit/octokit.rb
Octokit.objc: https://github.com/octokit/octokit.objc

RailsConf 2013 Videos

All 70 videos from RailsConf 2013 are now available to watch if you didn't make it to the conference.

KC Ruby RTanque League

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