Video Tutorial: RubyMine and Docker Compose

Posted on by Natalie Kudanova

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.


You can download the sample Rails application used in this tutorial from GitHub.

How do you like this format? Do you have any questions or suggestions? Please share your feedback in the comments section here or on YouTube.

And as always, please report any issues you encounter.

Happy developing!
The RubyMine team

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5 Responses to Video Tutorial: RubyMine and Docker Compose

  1. Junichi Ito says:

    June 7, 2020

    Great tutorial! I could run the app on Docker in my box. But I don’t know how to run and debug SystemTest / System Spec on Docker. (I’ve tried, but I couldn’t.) I’d like to watch it in the next tutorial.

    • Junichi Ito says:

      June 7, 2020

      Just FYI, I could do it successfully according to this post: https://hint.io/blog/rails-system-test-docker

      • Natalie Kudanova says:

        June 10, 2020

        Thank you for your feedback and for noticing the issue with the tests! The issue with running the tests is related to the settings in our sample application. We’ll update our application to fix this.

  2. Pascal says:

    June 11, 2020

    Why not use alpine to refuge drastically the sise ?

    • Natalie Kudanova says:

      June 15, 2020

      You could certainly use Alpine in this case. It just wasn’t required for the purposes of this tutorial.

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