It is.  All the code is precompiled and we disallow things like
dynamic evaluation (e.g. eval)
On Dec 11, 12:40 ¨Βν¬ Κεςενω ΝγΑξαμμω Όκεςενωνγαξα®®®ΐηναιμ®γονΎ χςοτεΊ
> Is this allowable by the terms of the iPhone developer program (i.e.,
> that whole business about disallowing interpreters)?
>
> If so, awesome.
>
> --Jeremy
>
>
>
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Adam <a... / rhomobile.com> wrote:
> > The Rhodes framework is an open source Ruby-based platform for
> > building locally executing, device-optimized mobile applications. It
> > is similar in concept to MVC frameworks such as Rails, Merb and
> > Camping but much lighter weight (and hence executable on a mobile
> > device) than any of these. Along the way of course we had to implement
> > Ruby for these device operating systems (iPhone, Windows Mobile and
> > RIM).
>
> > In general developer productivity is much higher in Rhodes than
> > writing to diverse native device operating systems and APIs since most
> > of your UI customization can be done in HTML templates (ERB files).
> > Rhodes also provides access to native device capabilities such as GPS
> > and PIM data via an extended set of tags (e.g. <geolocation/>).
>
> > These applications are also optimized for interacting with hosted
> > enterprise app (SaaS) backends . That is it allows mobile applications
> > to work offline with synced local data by embedding a client for
> > RhoSync. The Rhodes source tree contains sample apps for SugarCRM and
> > Siebel Field Service and we will be providing a mobile interface to
> > Basecamp soon as well.
>
> > Rhodes is initially available for iPhone, Windows Mobile and Research
> > in Motion (Blackberry) smartphones. Support for Symbian and Android
> > devices is under development.
>
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>
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