Introducing RubyMine and WebStorm support for Gitpod

Oct 18, 2022

Introducing RubyMine and WebStorm support for Gitpod

@mustard-mh's avatar on GitHub Huiwen Huang @andreafalzetti's avatar on GitHub Andrea Falzetti @felladrin's avatar on GitHub Victor Nogueira @loujaybee's avatar on GitHub Lou Bichard @akosyakov's avatar on GitHub Anton Kosyakov

Today, we continue to expand support for JetBrains IDEs with Gitpod as part of our official partnership and general 💕 love and admiration for Jetbrains. At Gitpod we have a value Integrate, don’t dictate which means we believe in the power of your choice. WebStorm and RubyMine users rejoice! You may now choose to use WebStorm and RubyMine with Gitpod 🎉.

Here’s a screencast to see exactly how working with JetBrains IDE and Gitpod looks.

Getting Started

Here’s how you can get started with a JetBrains IDE in Gitpod today:

  1. Install JetBrains Gateway - With the JetBrains Gateway and Gitpod plugin you can create and manage your latest 20 Gitpod workspaces.
  2. Install the Gitpod plugin - Open JetBrains Gateway and you’ll see the Gitpod logo on the main page. Click “install” to install the Gitpod plugin for JetBrains Gateway.
  3. Update your Gitpod preferences - Select RubyMine or WebStorm on the Gitpod preferences page which will set RubyMine or WebStorm as your default IDE for future workspace starts.
  4. Start (or restart) your workspace - Either start a workspace directly from within the JetBrains Gateway via the Gitpod plugin OR open a new workspace directly in Gitpod where on workspace start you will be prompted to open RubyMine or WebStorm for that workspace.

Learn more about WebStorm and RubyMine in Gitpod

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