A short demo of the new PerlCritic tool included in Perl Dev Kit 8.0. This screencast shows you how to configure policies and run PerlCritic over source files.
In this screencast, the first of two parts, Eric shows
how to get started with the Ruby on Rails project
template in Komodo 4.3. The new template supports both
versions 1.x and 2.x of Rails; here Eric focuses on
how to use the template with Rails 2.0. He'll also
show how to use the abbreviation and unit-testing
features that are new in Komodo 4.3.
Rails 2.0 is a major change from the 1.0 - 1.2 versions,
and the project template in Komodo has changed to reflect
it. Eric will show how to get started building a project,
quickly edit it, and test your changes, all without
hitting the command-line.
In this screencast Troy walks you through the major new features in Komodo 4.3 including Abbreviations, Unit Test, and Replace in Files.
Komodo has autocompletion for several XML document types, but adding support for additional ones is easy. This screencast shows you how.
The Introduction to Komodo IDE screencast is a great starting point for new Komodo users and for programmers looking to switch to Komodo. From the toolbox to configurable syntax highlighting, Troy Topnik demonstrates some of the key features of Komodo IDE, including code intelligence (autocomplete and calltips) in multi-language files, customizable key bindings and Vi emulation, configurable toolbars, and project templates.
In this screencast, Komodo developer Eric Promislow will walk you through the new Rails-specific features in Komodo 4.1 by demonstrating how to quickly build an application in Rails.