RubyMine 2022.2 EAP3
RubyMine 2022.2 EAP 3 is now available! Here are the build highlights:
- Code completion for Rails URLs in the HTTP client
- Support for URL searches in Rails applications
- Endpoints toolwindow
- Improved clickable links in Rails server logs
- Better completion for HTML tags in ERB files
- Other improvements
Code completion for Rails URLs in the HTTP client
In this EAP, we’ve introduced autocompletion for HTTP requests. This means you now can autocomplete Rails URLs and navigate to their related
Routes. The completion suggestions also display the types of available HTTP requests, as seen in the screenshot above.
RubyMine also now recognizes the
shallow_path option in routes and uses it to determine the path or url that a route generates.
Support for URL searches in Rails applications
RubyMine now supports searching for Rails URLs. Go to >Navigate | URL Mapping and>press ⇧ + ⌘ + \ >on Mac or Ctrl + Shift + \ on Windows and Linux, or simply type >/url in the >Search Everywhere dialog.
We’ve also added support for
.format in Rails paths and urls.
Endpoints tool window
The newly added Endpoints tool window provides an aggregated view of client and server APIs used in your project. The tool window can assist you when developing microservices and backend-frontend communication. You can refer to this help topic to learn more.
Improved clickable links in Rails server logs
You can now click URLs in Rails server logs to navigate to the corresponding
Routes that generated them.
Better completion for HTML tags in ERB files
You no longer need to manually type opening HTML tags when you edit .html.erb files. Just start typing the name of an HTML tag, and RubyMine will provide a proper autocomplete suggestion. Press Tab to autocomplete the tag and continue editing things inside the tag.
- Added support for anonymous rest and keyword rest argument forwarding [RUBY-29677].
- Added support for YARD macros [RUBY-29796].
- Fixed a variety of bugs.
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