Category Archives: Feature

What’s Mining: Improved Type Hierarchy

Hello everyone, Next RubyMine 4.0 EAP build is on its way to you. It is very close! Meanwhile let me tell you about one more nice feature that will come with it. Now you can see the full type hierarchy … Continue reading

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What’s Mining: New Ruby Inspections for Better Code

Hello everyone, Writing a code that smells isn’t as terrible as it seems to be. But leaving an ugly code without changing it is much worse. Refactoring is one of the bases of development, and Ruby development is not an … Continue reading

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What’s Mining: Show You Inherited Methods

Hello everyone, You know we focus a lot on the performance issues these days. But we don’t forget about other cool features. Let me show you the one, quite yummy… In the next EAP build you will be able to … Continue reading

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Plugin highlight: “Injector” brings single-key Ruby injections into ERB

If you use ERB for your Rails views, you should like this one. It may not be a problem for you but I always stumble when typing <% %>, let alone <%# %>. Non-letter keys and you have to press … Continue reading

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Deployment from RubyMine. Sync files via FTP/SFTP, etc.

RubyMine 3.2 comes with a new plugin bundled — “Remote Host Access”. The plugin’s main feature is to allow you quickly upload your files from the IDE to a remote or local server or a mapped network drive. You can … Continue reading

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Want cleaner UI and more effective workspace in RubyMine?

Some time ago we showed a quick video on how to make RubyMine UI clean and lightweight if you prefer it this way. With RubyMine 3.2 there’s a new option available which you should consider. You may have noticed a … Continue reading

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Bundler is the official Gems environment provider in RubyMine

There’s been one quite major change in RubyMine 3.2 that was not really advertised — gems management changes. We decided to remove a part of our own code in favor of using Bundler. Because Bundler is really the best way to … Continue reading

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What’s mining: sweeter Cucumber in RubyMine 3.2

We’ve spent some time in this iteration to add some nice and smart features to Cucumber tests editing. Here’s what you can expect in RubyMine 3.2. And you can already try this in recent pre-release builds. Cucumber step usage search … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Advanced YARD support

Hello guys, Not long ago we wrote about the coming YARD support in RubyMine, and today it’s time to share some more with you. So, what have been done since then. First, RubyMine supports any syntax of types annotations supported … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Introduce parameter for Ruby is coming

Hello all, We’ve just celebrated RubyMine 3.0 release here but already working hard on a new stuff for you. And today I want to make a what’s mining-like post and a new feature I want to show is Introduce Parameter … Continue reading

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