Tag Archive: Ruby


Get really good at building apps with Ruby, by building real apps [Deals]

Ruby on Rails is the language that powers most of the web apps you use every day. If you’re looking to get involved in web development, learning Ruby is a wise and lucrative move. BaseRail’s in-depth training teaches you to build working, deployable apps, offering critical hands-on experience that normally goes for thousands of dollars, […]

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Best deals this week: Save over 90% to be a Ruby On Rails master & more [Deals]

Cult of Mac Deals is proud to present the Best Deals Of The Week, where we feature can’t miss products that everyone can benefit from whether at work or at play. Right now, you can save huge sums of cash…Read more ›

Be a pro web developer with The Ruby On Rails Rookie To Rockstar Bundle [Deals]

Ruby On Rails is widely considered to be one of the best frameworks for web development today. This is because it streamlines the programming process. You can gain this knowledge and become an expert web developer with The Ruby On…Read more ›

Easily Build Web Applications With The Ruby On Rails Crash Course For Beginners [Deals]

Ruby programing is no joke and can get pretty complicated. The course being featured on Cult of Mac Deals this time around starts with the basics of the Ruby language so you can get up to speed and ready to…Read more ›    

Ruby Is A Nice New Reddit App For The iPhone And iPad

Screen Shot 2013-07-18 at 5.16.16 PMIf you use Reddit and own an iPhone, chances are you’ve heard of Alien Blue. It’s considered the go-to client for Reddit on the iPhone and iPad, and up until now it didn’t have any real competition. A new app called Ruby for Reddit is out, and it offers a load of features while adhering […]

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Turn a Python, Perl, Ruby, or Shell Script Into a Self Contained Application for Mac OS X

Script turned into a self contained Mac OS X app Platypus is an excellent utility that lets you turn virtually any script into a self-contained Mac OS X application. Free and remarkably simple to use, Platypus will support just about any shell script, Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, Tcl, AppleScript, Expect, and even other scripting languages. Using the app is easy, drag and drop a script onto the application, give it a  [Read More…]