Navigation with RubyMine: Travelling Through Code
The more source code a project contains, the easier it is to get lost in it, and at times we have to spend a lot of time to get out of the woods and find what we’re looking for. Watch the following screencast to learn how you can use navigation features in RubyMine to quickly find what you need even in the largest and most complicated projects.
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Video Tutorial: Get Started with RBS in RubyMine
Hello everyone, In this tutorial, you will learn how to add RBS to your project and get an overview of the main RBS features that RubyMine offers. For more information about this topic, read the section dedicated to RBS in the RubyMine documentation. Please feel free to share your feedback on o…
Video Tutorial: Testing and Coverage in RubyMine
Hello everyone, In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to: Run and debug tests in RubyMine Get coverage information Create new tests Customize test templates For more information about this topic, you can also read the section dedicated to testing in the RubyMine documentation. (more&helli…
Video Tutorial: RubyMine and Docker Compose
Hello everyone, In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Docker Compose with RubyMine for local development. For more information about this topic, please also read our Docker Compose as a remote interpreter tutorial. (more…)…
Webinar Recording: Сross-Platform Mobile Development with RubyMotion and RubyMine
Hello everyone, Last week brought great news for RubyMotion users and we're proud to have been involved. Laurent Sansonetti, the founder of HipByte and the original developer of RubyMotion, announced the first release of Flow and showed an inspiring demo during the webinar! The recording is now a…