AppCode 2017.1 Roadmap
Today we are ready to share our future plans for the AppCode 2017.1.
Based on our users feedback, we’ve decided to dedicate this release to refining AppCode. The main focus will be parsing and resolution correctness for Objective-C, Swift and mixed code, together with performance optimizations and Xcode support tasks.
We are going to work on the following areas:
- Objective-C and mixed code:
- Xcode 8.x support tasks (OC-13906, OC-14170)
- Navigation improvements for projects with multiple targets (OC-9050 and related)
We are planning to open 2017.1 EAP at the end of January. If you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to share them in the comments below.
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