Creating Reactive Cocoa Xcode project

  Earlier I posted an article on using RAC.  It was a plain vanilla example of using RAC. While I AM working on a second post with more useful examples, I wanted to go over how to ADD RAC to a project.   First, you must have ruby installed.   This means, go to Terminal and type in: which ruby This is what I get: …../.rvm/rubies/ruby-2.1.0/bin/ruby Important to note here that if you don’t have that rvm bit, you might still have ruby.  RVM stands for Ruby Version Manager and for what little I know about ruby, its one of the managers available for ruby but there are others. If… Read More

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