22 Mar '13, 4am

Best IDEs for Ruby on Rails - Ruby Forum

On 16 March 2013 04:40, Jason Hsu, Android developer <[email protected]> wrote: > What are your favorite IDEs for Ruby on Rails? Are there any good IDEs that > IMMEDIATELY flag problems the way Eclipse does in Android development? > Given the importance of testing, I'd like to use a tool that immediately and > automatically flags problems. Most rails developers (I believe) recommend not to use an IDE, but to use a good editor with ruby parsing and project management capabilities (such as jedit, but there are many others) and to use the command line for the rest. An IDE just isolates you from the command line so that when something goes wrong it can be difficult to analyse. Also you will generally find it easier to get help if you are using the command line. Colin

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