Other JetBrains Blogs
Want RubyMine T-Shirt?
Tag Archives: unit testing
Hello everyone, Today we have a surprise for you! Please meet Jeff Morgan, known as Cheezy (@chzy). Jeff gave us a nice full-blown interview about his new book “Cucumber & Cheese” and better testing practices, so… don’t let me take … Continue reading
There’s been lots of talks about Ruby and Rails being Agile. One of the core agile practices is Continuous Integration. And JetBrains offers its continuous integration and build management system named TeamCity. One of the many RubyMine 2.0 additions is … Continue reading
We’ve recently tried to do some dogfooding of our updated Cucumber support and to write some RubyMine tests with it. And we actually liked the result so much that we’re now writing most of our new tests with Cucumber, and … Continue reading
RubyMine 1.1 is ready but we do not like releasing on Fridays. So, to let you try all the new stuff earlier than later, we release the Release Candidate now! What is in RubyMine 1.1: Rails 2.3 support Application templates … Continue reading
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