A week later, new stuff to try
It’s been a week since we announced first public EAP build for the AppCode and now we can say it’s adoption has beaten our highest hopes. We’ve received a lot of constructive feedback and that’s what we like most – working hard if we have interesting stuff to do.
So we’ve got a new build for you to try. The most noticeable changes are:
- Mercurial SCM support
- New intention actions (including DeMorgan law)
- Profiling agent (i.e. AppCode can now be asked to profile itself when slow and send CPU/memory snapshot to JetBrains).
- Many bugfixes
As usual latest build is available on EAP page.
Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains AppCode team
Subscribe to Blog updates
Thanks, we've got you!
AppCode 2023.1 Bug-Fix Update
Hi, AppCode 2023.1 has just been released with fixes for Xcode 14.3 compatibility, Swift refactorings and intentions, the IDE’s UI, and Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile. On December 14, 2022, along with the AppCode 2022.3 release, we sunsetted the product and stopped sales. While we’ve refocused the te…
AppCode 2023.1 Release Candidate
Hi, On December 14, 2022, along with the AppCode 2022.3 release, we sunsetted the product and stopped sales. While we’ve re-focused the team's efforts in other directions, we’ve kept providing technical support to our current users and are releasing bug-fix updates in 2023, targeting mostly the Xco…
AppCode 2022.3 Release and End of Sales and Support
AppCode 2022.3 has just been released. With the release of v2022.3, we are sunsetting the product.
AppCode 2022.3 Release Candidate Is Here
Hi everyone, The release of AppCode 2022.3 is approaching, and the release candidate (build 223.7571.233) is now available for download on our website. You need to have an active subscription or activate a free trial to use this build. The main highlights of this build include: We fixed the r…