Faster Ruby visual debugger and support for debugger-gem with a multi-process debugging option
Adjustable auto-test delay, and more.
This release also includes many features and improvements from the IntelliJ Platform continuously developed by JetBrains, including GitHub pull requests right from the IDE, Presentation and Full Screen views for Windows, Linux and OS X, support for Subversion 1.8 and database and other improvements.
You can buy or renew your license on our site. Note that RubyMine 6.0 will be a free update for everyone who purchased RubyMine after November, 26, 2012. As always free 30-day trial is available if you need some time to decide.
We would like to thank you all for your votes, issues, feature requests and for staying with RubyMine during the EAP. We always appreciate your feedback and hope that you’ll enjoy RubyMine 6.0!
The world of Ruby can be very enthralling, but when you’re a newbie it is so easy to get lost. Even a professional sometimes needs good Ruby and Rails programming tips as well as how-to’s to his/her favorite tools. No matter how experienced you are I bet you have your own piggy bank of useful links. In this post I aim to share my own one.
Can’t imagine any developer without evening or morning blogs reading ritual. So you may want to add a couple of new ones to your blogs feed. Welcome Pivotal Labs with their blog on RubyMine among others.
Please welcome the new RubyMine Momiji EAP build! Despite of a scary build number it contains a lot of important bug fixes and improvements, such as adjustable auto-test delay and debugger-gem support. Please note that there’s a known issue with inability to get values of global variables in Rails applications.
Come by and say hello to Dennis Ushakov and Daria Dovzhikova from the RubyMine team, and Dmitry Filippov of PyCharm. The friendly group will be happy to have a chat and demo the latest releases of PyCharm 3.0 and RubyMine Momiji EAP, as well as discuss everything JetBrains! Have your questions answered face-to-face and on the spot.
If that is not enough, we will be running a survey at RuPy. Take part and have the chance to win a free license, or swing by and grab a sticker, and some PyCharm/RubyMine branded M&Ms. We look forward to meeting you there!
In this webinar, Cheezy develops automation against a web application and demonstrates how the cucumber, refactoring, and git support from RubyMine streamline this development effort.
About this webinar:
Test Automation has been a very hot topic in the industry for the past few years. The need for rapid feedback on the quality of the application has driven a lot of innovation in this space with much of it taking place on the Ruby platform. This has positioned RubyMine as a preferred tool for the testing community.
Join Cheezy as he develops automation against a web application and demonstrates how the cucumber, refactoring, and git support from RubyMine streamline this development effort.
Stay tuned for further announcements and upcoming webinars.
Apart from code insight bugfixes and improved git gems support this update delivers requested support for Stylus, expressive and robust CSS preprocessor. Please note that this update doesn’t support Stylus completion yet, but it’s on the way, so stay tuned.