23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Integrated development environment

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By Adron Hall of New Relic 19 days ago.
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…WebStorm (an HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and more developer IDE from JetBrains ) and Express.js (a simple, minimal and extensible web application framework).

WebStorm and Express.js

Normally for an Express.js-based application, I'd run ‘npm install express -g' to install Express locally and then I can use the command ‘express application_name' to put the default scaffolding for an application into a directory named after the ‘application_name'. …

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…"official" solution. In some cases such as NuGet, they're even baked into the IDE. Cocoapods, on the other hand, is developed outside of Apple by the community and hacked into the current Xcode workflows. That's not to insult the developers of the project. It's pretty impressive what they've made from a technical standpoint. But as cool as a project is, that doesn't eliminate the inherent risk with using it.

Let's assume that Apple releases an …

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By Tony of Transcending Frontiers 1 month ago.
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Application Developer and that's where I came to terms with what an IDE is.

When I started to explore RubyMotion and got sucked into the "What editors can I use next?" game, I dabbled with RubyMine and was a little surprised. IDEs for me in the past have meant memory bloat and user interface lag but the JetBrains guys have done a great job optimising resource usage and letting you customise behavior.

Why bring this up for RubyMotion? For many who are looking …

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By Loren Segal of gnuu.org 1 month ago.
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…with that kind of power, including local Fiddle support, live updating game IDE features (you can use a Canvas to live-render your game) like Processing , live Brackets -style web editing, and more.

I want Atom to work, I really do, but it's not quite working, yet. If GitHub can resolve performance problems, lay down a solid foundation for an API, document it , and fix some of the minor UI glitches, they would have something I'd be happy to …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 1 month ago.
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IDE: Once you're familiar with the language, this next section covers working with Xcode projects, building user interfaces with Xcode, the editor and debugging tools, and what you need to do to deploy apps to devices.

Cocoa: This section covers those parts of the Cocoa framework that you're most likely to use, as well as issues of memory management and communication between objects.

At half price, the book is US$15.99, which makes for a pretty sweet deal.

iOS 7 Programming

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 3 months ago.
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Gemsurance - Tool to monitor your installed Ruby gems for security vulnerabilities.

Pinegrow Web Designer - Commercial tool that understands Boostrap and Less.

Codebox - Open source cloud and desktop IDE with offline support.

Nobody Cares About Signed Gems - Yeah, that's true.

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By Shannon Behrens of JJinuxLand 4 months ago.
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Many moons ago, I had to record a screencast. Most of the screencast was spent looking at code in an IDE. I wanted the IDE to be fullscreen, but I also wanted the text to be readable, even when the viewer wasn't watching fullscreen. Furthermore, I didn't want to spend all day zooming in on the cursor; I wanted things to "just work". After playing around with settings way too much, this is what worked for me:

I used Camtasia for Mac .

I plugged my laptop into …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 5 months ago.
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Let Your Ruby Shine with RubyMine 6.0! - Freshly released version of this IDE.

Lookback - Voice/face/gesture tracking for users of your iOS application.

Ruby 2 SSL Verification Failed? - What to do if you get OpenSSL errors after upgrading.

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On carpeaqua by Justin Williams 6 months ago.
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…found Android Studio, while still an early preview, to be a very nice IDE to use. It's based off IntelliJ IDEA and has a lot of nice editor and refactoring features I'd love to see make it to Xcode some day.

Anvil - If you use Pow for running your Rails or Rack-based apps locally, Anvil makes it really easy to manage and restart them from your menu bar. Bonus: it's free.

Appfigures - Manually fetching iTunes sales reports is tedious. …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 7 months ago.
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You'll be using the Eclipse IDE to write and compile Android apps. Eclipse is in the ADT folder's eclipse directory:

Open the eclipse directory and double-click eclipse.exe to start Eclipse:

You'll see this splash screen:

Followed by this dialog box, asking where your Android projects should be stored. I went with the default, which is typically \ Users\your login name\workspace :

I checked Use this as the default and do not ask again and then clicked OK

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