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RubyMine integrates with RubyMotion and helps create applications for iOS.


Make sure that the following prerequisites are met:

  • RubyMotion is downloaded and installed.
  • Xcode is downloaded and installed.
  • Ruby SDK version 1.9 is required.
  • OS X version 10.7 or higher is used.

RubyMotion support

RubyMine's support for RubyMotion includes:

  • Special project type:
  • Code completion:
  • RubyMotion console:
  • Rake-based run/debug configurations that are created automatically when an application is generated.
  • iPhone simulator
  • ObjectiveC debugger options.
  • Ability to debug applications directly on a device.
  • It is possible to run, debug and test OS X applications. RubyMine provides a run/debug configuration with the name "Run", which launches an application rather than the simulator.

    Note that RubyMotion 2.0 does not officially support OS X 10.6. It means that OS X application will not run on Snow Leopard.

  • Dedicated project type and ability to launch such a project with Android emulator.

    Note that for correct resolving, one needs to configure api_version in Rakefile, in the block Motion::Project::App.setup.

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Last modified: 30 November 2016