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5 IDEs For Ruby On Rails Developers

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This blog post will list out some of the IDEs which are used by the Ruby on Rails Developers.

5 IDE’s for Ruby on Rails Developers

Jetbrains RubyMine

RubyMine is from Jetbrains and the current version that is available in RubyMine 5.4. The RubyMine 5.4 is ready Rails 4 as well. The IDE includes CoffeeScript Debugger, Text mate bundles support and JRuby Development etc.

Know more about Jetbrains RubyMine here

Aptana Studio 3

This IDE is based on Eclipse and is a powerful open source IDE for web development and supports, previewing and debugging of HTML, CSS and JavaScript websites with PHP and Ruby on Rails.

Know more about Aptana Studio 3 here

Redcar alpha

Redcar is written in ruby and runs on JRuby. It is currently in the alpha stage and supports the Textmate themes and snippets. It is an open source project licensed under GPL.

Know more about Redcar alpha here

Komodo IDE

Komodo IDE is a multi-language IDE that supports python, PHP, Perl, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It has a lighter User Interface and cross platform.

Know more about Komodo IDE here

Net Beans and Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Net Beans is one of the popular IDE for web development and includes support for Ruby on Rails. It is also to be noted that from Net Beans IDE 7.0, support for Ruby and Ruby on Rails is no longer available in the standard Net Beans IDE build. Further details about this documented at http://wiki.netbeans.org/RubySupport

Know more about Net Beans and Ruby and Ruby on Rails here

Are there any interesting IDE’s that you have worked for Ruby on Rails? Feel free to Share them in the comments section.

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