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Hello everyone, Even if the world doesn’t end in a few days, the year soon will. So we’re in a hurry to share a whole bunch of new features with you. Let the next (and hopefully not the last!) RubyMine … Continue reading
Hello everyone, There are a lot of discussions around RubyMotion these days. And we can’t help being interested. There are still a lot of questions to be answered, but a long way always starts with small steps. So we are … Continue reading
New Year is coming! We’re licking our chops to make the next significant release at the first quarter of 2012. And in these last days of the year we want to make a small gift to farewell the old year. We are glad to announce the last … Continue reading
We’ve always considered RubyMine’s Model Dependency Diagram a killer feature. To make it even more killing we’ve made some small but nice changes just recently. 1. System default DB fields (id, created_at, updated_at) are now hidden by default and can … Continue reading