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Ruboto Team Releases Ruboto 1.2.0

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In conjunction with the announcement of the Android L preview, the team at Ruboto has released an update to their platform featuring support for Lollipop and the ART runtime.

If you aren’t familiar, Ruboto is a platform that allows Ruby developers to create fully-featured Android apps in JRuby.

Along with some bugfixes, Ruboto 1.2.0 includes these updates:

  • Issue #523 Support for ART
  • Issue #645 Make ::R refer to $package.R instead of android.R
  • Issue #652 Set a layout attribute by name even if it is not a JavaBean attribute (like margins and padding).
  • Issue #654 Access android.R inner classes like android.R.id and android.R.attr directly
  • Issue #656 Add support for Android L developer preview
courtesy of Ruboto

For more information on this update, head over to Ruboto’s release notes here

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