JetBrains presents RubyMine 2017.1, the first major update for RubyMine this year, is now released.
RubyMine 2017.1 brings full support for Docker! Download the Docker integration plugin right from the IDE, choose a remote Docker SDK, and enjoy working with your Docker projects like you do with local ones. Take advantage of code analysis, completion, and other smart features available in RubyMine.
Create RVM gemsets from the New Project wizard. When you create a new project, the IDE will automatically suggest a similarly-named gemset and will use your project gems within this gemset. In this way, RubyMine helps you keep gems for your projects separately, preventing each of your projects from possible damage. Alternatively, RVM gemsets can be also created in the Ruby SDK and Gems dialog.
A Ruby static code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide.
Starting with this version RubyMine supports RuboCop, the well-known static code analyzer for Ruby. The IDE runs cops in the background, and displays RuboCop offenses the same way as it does RubyMine inspections.
We have added an ability to create tests for Rails controllers, models, helpers, and mailers from the Go to test action. So if you have a RoR entity without a related test, RubyMine will suggest to install the testing framework (currently works with RSpec and Test::Unit) and generate the test. You can also roll back changes if something goes wrong.
Puppet modules can be now generated quickly right from the New Project wizard. The IDE automatically detects the gems needed for Puppet and then suggests installing the missing ones. If you are already working on an existing project in RubyMine, you can also create a new Puppet module in a second from the context menu. As for other improvements, RubyMine now can install dependencies based on .fixtures.yml.
Puppet project structure
The IDE finds all modules and/or environments in the project and updates the project structure with one click from the context menu. Open your Puppet project, Install dependencies through context menu, and enjoy working with your modules with all their dependencies accounted for.
Vue is a progressive framework for building user interfaces.
Vue.js support is now available in RubyMine through the official JetBrains plugin (Settings | Plugins | Browse repositories). Enjoy coding assistance for Vue template language and the language of your choice in the script and style blocks of a .vue file. The IDE automatically completes Vue components and adds the required imports for them.
Auto import for React components
Select a React component defined in your application in the completion popup – and the IDE will add an import for it automatically. RubyMine will also suggest a fix in case you forget to import React.
Integration with Jest
Thanks to the WebStorm team, you can now run Jest tests in RubyMine, see test results in a handy treeview, easily navigate to the test source from there, and also debug Jest tests.
The Log viewer now supports regex and case-sensitive commit message search. Now you can control how much information the Log viewer displays. For example, you can disable Show Tag Names to make the view more compact, or enable Compact Reference View to see only the first branch name and hide the others.
Also, if you are working with big projects with tons of commits, you will be glad to know that the search in Git Log has become significantly faster.
- Parameter hints for Ruby.
- Updated structure view of markdown files.
- New Find in Path dialog shows search results instantly.
- New Ruby Class dialog now allows to create classes nested in the right modules.
- Rollbacks for generated Rails entities.
- Cucumber 3 support.
- Customizable colors for RegExp syntax highlighting.
- Support for Emoji characters in the editor.
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