Proudly Developed with AppCode
From time to time people ask us “who uses AppCode?” and we are curious about that too. This is exactly why we started a thread on our discussion forum encouraging you to tell us who you are and what awesome apps you develop. We received a lot of good stories and feedback, as well as a great suggestion to provide some kind of a badge that could be added right into your app to show it was made with the help of AppCode.
We thought that was a cool idea, so now we have a special page where you can construct a badge of suitable size and with a text you like: right here.
Feel free to add it to your apps or web pages and keep the story telling going!
If you’re writing about AppCode and need its logo, you can find it here.
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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…
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