Take advantage of the language specific-aware syntax & error highlighting, code formatting, code completion, and quick documentation.
Use smart search to jump to any class, file or symbol, or even any IDE action or tool window. It only takes one click to switch to the declaration, super method, test, usages, implementation, and more.
Enjoy super fast navigation in your Rails project with an MVC-based project view and model, class, and gem dependencies diagrams.
Follow community best practices with code inspections verifying your code for many types of possible errors and providing on-the-fly improvements with quick-fix options.
Automated yet safe refactorings help clean up your code and keep it more maintainable. Rails-aware refactorings help you perform project-wide changes: for example renaming a controller will also rename the helper, views, and tests.
Create and run RSpec, Cucumber, Shoulda, MiniTest & Test::Unit tests with coding assistance and a GUI-based test runner.
In RubyMine you can quickly help yourself feel at home, with customizable color schemes, keyboard schemes, and all the look-and-feel settings you need for productive development.
Save time with a unified UI for working with Git, SVN, Mercurial and other version control systems.
Enjoy seamless integration with tools like Rake Task Runner, Rails Generators, Bundler, RVM/Rbenv, Zeus, and others. The Terminal is also available as an IDE tool window whenever you need it.
Easily configure automatic deployment via FTP or SFTP and manage your infrastructure with Vagrant, Capistrano, Chef, or Puppet.
RubyMine 2022.1 includes support for most of the new Ruby and RBS features introduced in Ruby 3.1, such as bounded generics, RBS collection, anonymous block argument forwarding, generic type aliases, and more.
The user experience has been refined with a redesigned New Project dialog,
support for new Rails 7
generate options, and improvements for notifications,
search, and the debugger UI, as well as performance and accessibility enhancements.
This version adds new inspections and quick-fixes for projects that use RBS type signatures. For example, RubyMine now checks the usage of type variables in RBS, and it reports inferred types in Ruby code that don’t match the expected types from RBS.
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Join them and get the best development experience.