Forum: Ruby on Rails good online ide for Rails

194f729f4b145e88167e476a338b9572?d=identicon&s=25 Roelof Wobben (roelof)
on 2014-08-19 16:44
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Hello,

I looked at several ide but no one worked for me.

Now I wonder if there is a good online cloud ide which I can use for
rails
development ?

Roelof
Bee69cfed999cd13e3bff73d472a39ee?d=identicon&s=25 Hassan Schroeder (Guest)
on 2014-08-19 17:42
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On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 7:43 AM, Roelof Wobben <rwobben@hotmail.com>
wrote:

> I looked at several ide but no one worked for me.

Saying "doesn't work" about tools is as meaningless as saying it
about code or apps  if you're looking for useful responses.

Still applies: http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

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194f729f4b145e88167e476a338b9572?d=identicon&s=25 Roelof Wobben (roelof)
on 2014-08-19 18:12
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oke,

I tried

- nitrious ide  but that one messed up my layout with curly braces
instead
of the normal braces.
- rubymine, A lot of error messages of missing gems and a confusing menu
- sublime text  . I could not make it work so I can see the files , my
code
and a terminal.

Roelof



Op dinsdag 19 augustus 2014 17:41:33 UTC+2 schreef Hassan Schroeder:
Dfc7587fd73f2efa19d6f1f9611b70ba?d=identicon&s=25 Jason Fb (jasonfb)
on 2014-08-19 19:16
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I've used RubyMine for a while and it has grown in me. Its learning
curve can feel steep, but it is very powerful.

To get those message to go away you must install the gems inside of
RubyMine's ruby executable, which is not necessarily the same ruby
executable that you are used to running on the command line. You can do
in the Preferences.


It sounds to me like you actually didn't spend enough time with each of
the IDEs you investigated, if you rejected them immediately upon finding
your first hiccup that says to me you didn't really go very deep with
them at all. Any IDE is a significant investment of your time -- I would
say about at least a month to get fully proficient working with it.

Also unless an editor has a Go-To-Declaration (Command-B) I don't
consider it a first class IDE. This is the most significant thing I look
for an IDE -- not only did it change my entire worldview as a software
developer, it even changed the way I write Ruby code.
Fde839db701c9efdfb1b30823b9a2cc8?d=identicon&s=25 Robby O'Connor (Guest)
on 2014-08-19 19:18
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Vim ;)
On Aug 19, 2014 1:15 PM, "Jason Fleetwood-Boldt" <tech@datatravels.com>
Dfc7587fd73f2efa19d6f1f9611b70ba?d=identicon&s=25 Jason Fb (jasonfb)
on 2014-08-19 20:46
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Emacs !!!!
333d7a4cd8ba2fbbf31cd01a208afb7b?d=identicon&s=25 Sampath Weerasinghe (Guest)
on 2014-08-19 21:10
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Who is the author of Ruby:   Yukihiro Matsumoto

Which IDE does he use:   Emacs


It's an open and shut case in my opinion.





On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 11:44 AM, Jason Fleetwood-Boldt <
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