A bridge between an Objective C runtime environment and Python.
Rubicon-ObjC is a bridge between Objective-C and Python. It enables you to:
- Use Python to instantiate objects defined in Objective-C,
- Use Python to invoke methods on objects defined in Objective-C, and
- Subclass and extend Objective-C classes in Python.
It also includes wrappers of the some key data types from the Foundation framework (e.g., NSString).
Want to jump in and get started? We have a hands-on tutorial for beginners.
Looking for guidance on how to solve a specific problems? We have how-to guides and recipes for common problems and tasks, including how to contribute.
Just want the raw technical details? Here’s our Technical reference.
Looking for explanations and discussion of key topics and concepts? Our background guides may help.
Rubicon is part of the BeeWare suite. You can talk to the community through:
Code of Conduct
The BeeWare community has a strict Code of Conduct. All users and developers are expected to adhere to this code.
If you have any concerns about this code of conduct, or you wish to report a violation of this code, please contact the project founder Russell Keith- Magee.
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