Tag Archives: IDE

Ruby plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 10 is out

Hello guys, We’ve recently published RubyMine 3.0. Only a week has passed and we’ve already got loads of positive feedback from you, thus we want to heartily thank you for it, we here at JetBrains appreciate it a lot and … Continue reading

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RubyMine 3, the right choice for developing with Rails 3

It is here! Please welcome everyone RubyMine 3.0 — the IDE created for Rails 3 development. This release mainly focuses on strong Rails 3.0 compatibility but even if you are not on Rails 3 yet, you’ll find a huge number … Continue reading

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Project-wide code analysis and quick-fixes

We had wrote earlier that we do some of our RubyMine tests using Cucumber. Recently we’ve upgraded to a more recent version of Cucumber and stumbled into an incompatibility such as ‘Examples’ should be followed by a colon. Of course … Continue reading

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Lightweight project navigation with Navigation Bar

If you, like me, like the minimalistic UI, you’ve definitely hidden the toolbar and customized the RubyMine as you prefer. Here is one thing you may like as well — Navigation Bar. It is hidden by default in RubyMine. You … Continue reading

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JetBrains Web IDE — RubyMine’s younger brother, or a sister?

It is our pleasure to introduce you to our new product today — JetBrains Web IDE. It is the code name of a new specialized IDE, designed for web authoring and PHP programming. Similarly to RubyMine, JetBrains Web IDE is … Continue reading

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RubyMine 1.5 allows more lightweight UI

Have you ever wanted to see more code and less UI in RubyMine? With the latest RubyMine 1.5 EAP build you can make RubyMine UI more lightweight. RubyMine has always allowed hiding almost any UI element. But one thing you … Continue reading

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Cool things are meant to be shared!

I can see that there are quite many of you already: those who use RubyMine and those who read this blog. Numbers can not lie. And there are always people who like customizing the tools they use. Fortunately, RubyMine provides … Continue reading

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Did you know? Searching for help…

Hello everyone, If you are a newbie to RubyMine it is quite essential that you can feel a little bit lost in tons of its features. RubyMine ships built-in help to help you. Just go to Help | Help topic … Continue reading

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Did you know? Searching settings…

Yes, that is right, RubyMine does have LOTS of configuration settings. It adds flexibility—the product may fit to more people’s habits. But it adds a certain complexity too. We do everything possible to keep IDE settings well-organized for quick location … Continue reading

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RubyMine 1.0.5—first step further

It’s only 2 weeks since RubyMine 1.0 was released one of which we spent at RailsConf, but here is the first update to RubyMine and it is not just to patch some holes—there are also new features in this version. … Continue reading

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