Let’s start with the big new thing, a framework for handling WebSockets called Action Cable. Though the work on the feature is still in process, we have already added the main support, which we want to describe in more detail.
We hope you had great holidays, got inspired and are now ready for the new year’s challenges, adventures, and more ideas and magic.
We on the RubyMine team are happy to start this year by opening the Early Access Program for the next RubyMine 8.5. You’re welcome to download RubyMine 8.5 EAP (build 144.2925) and try it. You can install it side by side with RubyMine 8; no active subscription is required.
A lot of your feedback on RubyMine 8 was about focusing even more on Ruby and Rails and polishing the key IDE features. So for the next release we’re working on even better code insight, new refactorings, and more for Rails and Ruby. As we want to make our development process more transparent and share with you our progress on the new IDE features, with this program we are going to publish new builds weekly.
As you probably know Ruby 2.3 was recently released so it was only natural to include Ruby 2.3 support as the first RubyMine 8.5 feature. Here are some more details on that.
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.3 (build 143.1559) is available for download.
This update brings improvements for Rbenv gemsets and Slim, fixes the problem with editing ERB files, and provides bug-fixes on the web & IntelliJ Platform sides. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation. Or, download RubyMine 8.0.3 from our website.
As hard to believe as it is, 20 years ago the first public version of Ruby saw the light of day. Ruby 0.95 was announced by Yukihiro Matsumoto, now widely known as Matz. Over these 20 years a lot of developers have discovered Ruby and fell in love with it, including us at JetBrains. Hopefully there are many more younger people who will do the same one day. Hurray to the whole Ruby community who has helped make this history happen!
To look back on the interesting and eventful journey of Ruby today, we’ve come up with a series of humorous cartoons illustrating the Ruby timeline. We invite you to celebrate the anniversary with us.
DISCLAIMER: All graphical characters appearing in the illustrations are fictitious, and any resemblance to real persons is coincidental.
After reading the story, make sure to scroll down and look for a small gift we’ve prepared for you. Enjoy! Continue reading →
This update also brings a number of visual changes in the product, such as a new logo and splash screen, and a completely redesigned product website. This is part of the new JetBrains branding that we’re proudly presenting today! Read more about that in this blog post.
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.2 RC (build 143.1183) is available for download.
This update is mostly focused on Rbenv gemsets support improvements. It also brings various bug fixes from the web & IntelliJ platform sides. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation.
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.2 Beta (build 143.1015) is available for download.
This update brings YAML support enhancements, autocompletion in spec files and find usages problems solved, and many other bug fixes. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation.
The first part of this session talks about Rbenv gemsets support, new debugging features and the most useful editor and UI enhancements. In the second part, Wes Higbee guides you through new Angular 2 and TypeScript features:
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.1 (build 143.382) is available for download.
We have fixed the problem with Rbenv SDK when using remotely and the problem with ‘except comments’ search option. This update also brings various bug fixes from the web & IntelliJ platform sides. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation. Or, download RubyMine 8.0.1 from our website.