AppCode 1.6 Release Candidate

We’re just a few days away from releasing AppCode 1.6, and today we’re glad to share the release candidate with you, which is still a part of the early access program.

We would like to thank all of you for participating in AppCode development, for reporting bugs, taking part in discussions on our forum, giving us valuable suggestions and ideas.

We planned quite a lot for this release, and although not everything got into the final version, we surely put 111% effort in features that did get there. Everything that wasn’t included in this release we’ll definitely add next time! Plus, of course, if you have more cool ideas and suggestions, we’re all ears.

Here are the list of the fixes since previous EAP build, and the full list of fixes changes since 1.5.7.

As usual, you can download theĀ AppCode 1.6 Release Candidate build from our AppCode EAP page.

Develop with pleasure!
-The AppCode Team

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2 Responses to AppCode 1.6 Release Candidate

  1. nikolaus heger says:

    Features are great, and are getting better every release – it’s awesome.

    My one and only problem with AppCode is CPU usage in the background – 1.6 remains at a solid 3% CPU use when hidden and doing nothing. This cuts the battery life on my new retina MacBook Pro in half, basically, when AppCode is running.

    The issue is tracked here, but it’s not assigned and also market ‘obsolete’ – I don’t know why: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/OC-4262

  2. Anton Makeev says:

    Nikolaus, the mentioned request was originally filed for another problem.
    The current problem hes been fixed already and we’ll publish the fix after thorough testing. Please follow http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-87289

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