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Find usages in RubyMine

Find usages can be used to find all the pieces of code referencing a specific element, such as a class, method, symbol, or many of the others. RubyMine can also find dynamic usages, including Rails associations, factories, or delegates. You … Continue reading

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Debugging in RubyMine

One of the main advantages of IDEs over text editors is the debugging experience. In this blog post, we’ll review the rich debugging capabilities available in RubyMine and then we’ll have a quick rundown of the new debugging features added … Continue reading

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YARD support in RubyMine

YARD is a popular Ruby documentation generation tool that is used in multiple libraries for documenting code. RubyMine helps you to work with YARD tags and documentation in various ways, for example, you can view the documentation using Quick Documentation … Continue reading

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Learn RubyMine with IDE Features Trainer

RubyMine provides you with loads of different useful features for working with source code: from basic code editing, smart navigation, and completion, all the way through to debugging remote applications. We always try to make features easy to use and … Continue reading

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How to work with Docker/Docker Compose from RubyMine

RubyMine 2019.1 has a bunch of capabilities which allow you to work with Docker and Docker Compose. You can inspect existing images and containers, quickly edit Docker files using autocompletion, create new images and start services directly from the IDE, … Continue reading

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Profile Ruby & Rails Apps With rbspy in RubyMine

RubyMine 2019.1 adds support for rbspy – a great sampling profiler for Ruby (many thanks to @jvns!). This post will help you start profiling your Ruby/Rails apps with RubyMine in 5 minutes. Here are the exact steps: Identify the scenario to … Continue reading

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A Quick Look at Smart Keys in RubyMine

RubyMine has a number of Smart Keys – configurable options that help you avoid extra typing, and navigate through the code faster. Most of the smart keys, like auto-inserting closing brackets and quotes are on by default. However, there are … Continue reading

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Running Tests in RubyMine: Overview & Improvements

RubyMine comes with a testing suite for running RSpec, Minitest, Cucumber, and other tests based on your current context, and working with them in a friendly graphical user interface. Let’s see how it works in the following example. Run Tests … Continue reading

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Intention Actions in RubyMine

RubyMine provides you with a set of intention actions that can help you to quickly fix code smells, convert statements for better code style, add strings to locale dictionaries, use language injections, and do other handy things simply by pressing Alt+Enter. Let’s review all the … Continue reading

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I18n Features in RubyMine

This post will cover a number of handy options that RubyMine provides to help you internationalize your application, including the newest ones added in the recently announced RubyMine 2018.3. Creating I18n translations Creating I18n properties with scopes Creating keys for … Continue reading

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