Category Archives: Productivity

Lightweight project navigation with Navigation Bar

If you, like me, like the minimalistic UI, you’ve definitely hidden the toolbar and customized the RubyMine as you prefer. Here is one thing you may like as well — Navigation Bar. It is hidden by default in RubyMine. You … Continue reading

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RubyMine TipCast: Find Files like a Pro

RubyMine provides numerous options to navigate from file to file: ‘Go to declaration’ (⌘B/Ctrl+B) Navigate to Rails… (⌥ ⇧ N/Alt+Shift+N) ⌘ Mouse Click/Ctrl+Mouse Click or mouse middle button click and many others. But sometimes you just need to open a … Continue reading

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Execute selected code in console

IRB console in RubyMine is a quick way to execute Ruby code. Here is a quick hint on how you can quickly execute some code from the editor. Tools | Start the IRB console Select a code Tools | Load … Continue reading

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5 keyboard shortcuts to get familiar with

You probably know RubyMine bases on IntelliJ platform and gets lots of cool features from the platform. Going even further, I will base this post on a post in IntelliJ IDEA blog. The author of the original posting has permitted … Continue reading

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Did you know? Finding usages…

No matter how long you know RubyMine, you can still find something new in it. I was doing Productivity Tips update just yesterday and found one thing I did not know We quite often need to find where something is … Continue reading

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What’s mining: run Rake tasks quickly

This one is really hot, not even available to our QA yet. We are adding the feature to quickly execute Rake tasks. Once activated, a field appears allowing to enter the name of a task to execute. The search mechanism … Continue reading

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