RubyMine Kusunoki EAP: Adjustments for Color Deficiency

Hello everyone,

We’re opening this week with the next RubyMine Kusunoki EAP build 142.4859.

We continue our series of blog posts about the major new features of the upcoming RubyMine release:
Bundler Support Improvements
React Support Improvements
New Debugging Option
New UI for Testing

Adjustments for Color Deficiency

We at JetBrains are trying to make our IDEs friendlier for people with color blindness. RubyMine inherits all the new features related to this issue from IntelliJ Platform.

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Welcome New Era of RubyMotion and RubyMine Partnership

Hello everyone,

In the fall 2012 we announced that RubyMine supported RubyMotion, an amazing toolset for building native iOS apps with Ruby. Since then RubyMotion has started supporting OS X, watchOS, and Android, while RubyMine has become a full-featured RubyMotion IDE with smart code completion, testing and debugging features on board.

Today we can proudly announce the start of a new era for both RubyMotion and RubyMine. With the version 4.0, RubyMotion now has a free starter edition!

The RubyMotion support in RubyMine has been extracted into a plugin that is now available on GitHub under the Open Source license. The RubyMotion team has agreed to help with maintaining the plugin and ensuring that RubyMine is able to make use of all existing and future RubyMotion features, so we hope these efforts make RubyMotion even more attractive for Ruby developers and help RubyMine to stay on the cutting edge.

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Our teams have been partners from the very beginning, helping each other make both products better. We are very thankful to the RubyMotion team for this long-term collaboration that now seems to be a good friendship. We have also sponsored RubyMotion #inspect annual conference and had our talks there every year. Now both companies have agreed to start a series of collaborative efforts in order to better promote our products. Stay tuned and look for a RubyMotion tag in our blog!


Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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RubyMine Kusunoki EAP: New UI for Testing

Hello everyone,

Monday may not be your favourite day of the week, but we hope our weekly EAP builds make Mondays a little more pleasant for you. Welcome the next RubyMine Kusunoki EAP build 142.4675.

We continue our series of blog posts about the major new features of the upcoming release:
Bundler Support Improvements
React Support Improvements
New Debugging Option

New UI for Testing

RubyMine inherits a lot of new features from the platform as all our IntelliJ-based IDEs actually do. Today we want to tell about one of the features that comes from IntelliJ – the new UI for testing.

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RubyMine Kusunoki EAP: New Debugging Option

Hello everyone,

Can you believe that the first Monday of this September is already here? The seasons are changing but we are staying on track with the Early Access Program – please welcome the next RubyMine Kusunoki build 142.4465.

We continue our series of blog posts about the major new features of the upcoming release:
Bundler Support Improvements
React Support Improvements

New Debugging Option

With this EAP build we’re happy to announce this long-awaited debugging feature was added: there is now an option to ignore non-project code while stepping.

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RubyMine Kusunoki EAP: React Support Improved

Hello everyone,

Today is Monday and, as we promised a week ago, the next EAP build is ready for you to download and try: RubyMine Kusunoki EAP (build 142.4245).

We continue the series of blog posts about the major features of the upcoming release: Bundler Support Improvements

React Support Improvements

If you use React for building user interfaces in web applications, you’ll be happy to know about its support improvements.

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Going to Barcelona Full Stack Fest? Meet Us There!

Meet RubyMine and WebStorm teams at Full Stack Fest, a weeklong Ruby and JavaScript event, taking place September, 1st – 5th in Barcelona.

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At the conference we will have a JetBrains booth and will be happy to show you RubyMine and WebStorm demos, answer any questions you have in mind, share useful tips & tricks and latest product news.

We also would like to invite you to our workshop with Ekaterina Prigara and Tatiana Vasilyeva Thursday, September 3rd, 11:30.

Power Up Your Development with RubyMine/WebStorm

This workshop will show you how to achieve a streamlined development workflow in RubyMine and WebStorm. We’re going to create a simple web app from scratch using Ruby, Rails and React so you can try handy IDE features like coding assistance, refactorings and integration with development tools on the fly. No matter what code editor you use, join us on this journey to productivity – whether to give these IDEs a first try or to learn new productivity features.


Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine and WebStorm Teams

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RubyMine 8 Early Access Program is Now Open

Hello everyone,

August is coming to its end and we seem to have returned from the magic land of summer. We hope all of you had a lot of adventures, great weekends and had a rest so now you are prepared for the fall just like we are. This fall is going to bring us new challenges and new joy and it is definitely going to deliver the next major RubyMine version!

Today we’re glad to open our Early Access Program for RubyMine Kusunoki, the next major version traditionally codenamed after a Japanese tree – the camphor tree this time.

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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 every Monday. You can try some of the new features months before the public release, and hopefully provide your valuable feedback that will help us improve the IDE for you. The EAP builds are free and can be installed side-by-side with your stable version of RubyMine.

For the next major release, we are focusing mostly on improving the core Ruby and Rails development support features: performance, debugger, refactorings, code formatter, etc. You are more than welcome to take a look at the RubyMine Kusunoki roadmap and share your feature requests and thoughts here in the comments or in our issue tracker.

With this blog post we also begin a series of posts about new RubyMine features, and today we want to share the latest news about the gem management and new Bundler features you can already try.

Bundler Support Improvements

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RubyMine 7.1.4: Hot RubyMotion Fixes

Hello everyone!

These days we’re at the RubyMotion #inspect 2015 and we seem to have some conference-driven development going on here! While preparing for a demo during the conference, we found and immediately fixed some crucial bugs in the RubyMotion integration module. So please welcome RubyMine 7.1.4 with fixes for debugging on a device and for quick documentation. In addition, we now support the most recent iOS 8.4 and Xcode 6.4 that were released on Tuesday.

The full list of fixed issues can be found in the release notes. As usual, a patch update is available from RubyMine 7.1.3. If you’re using a different RubyMine version, please download and install RubyMine 7.1.4 from our website.


Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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RubyMine 7.1.3 Bug Fix Update

Hello everyone,

One more update for version 7.1 is now available for you. In RubyMine 7.1.3 we’ve addressed a number of known issues and performance problems, including performance issues in RubyMotion apps. The full list of fixed issues can be found in the release notes.

Our colleagues on the PhpStorm team have also added a new feature called Remote edit. It allows files to be opened from the remote host (such as FTP, SFTP or FTPS) and edited in the IDE, without adding/downloading them to your local project. Read more about that in the PhpStorm blog.

As usual, a patch update is available from RubyMine 7.1.2. If you’re using a different RubyMine version, please download and install RubyMine 7.1.3 from our website.


Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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Webinar Recording: Refactoring Rails Applications with RubyMine

Hello everyone,

We’ve been asked when the last Tuesday webinar recording would be available, and now you can watch it on YouTube JetBrainsTV channel.

Rails refactoring guru Andrzej Krzywda shares his experience and best practices during this session. Andrzej shows how to apply typical refactoring recipes to put your code in order, with examples of service objects and other patterns, all using RubyMine refactorings extended with custom shortcuts:

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