Building Android Apps with Mirah and Pindah

Nick Plante
Jul 24, 2011 · 1 min read

I gave a talk earlier today at the Beijing Ruby group today about my experiences building native Android applications with Mirah and Pindah.

Although I generally prefer building mobile web apps over native development when possible, Mirah is a really promising alternative to Java if you have to go native. Check out the preso below and get involved in the growing Mirah / Android community.

Make sure to grab the code for the example app on the GitHubs.

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