AppCode 2019.3.3 is here
Hi everyone, AppCode 2019.3.3 is available for download on our site. This update fixes the following issues: Attempt to load pods list silently fails if a CDN repo is the only one available (OC-19490) Rebuilding of projects with a lot of output takes significantly longer, than in Xcode (OC-19508) The full release notes are available here. Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to Develop
AppCode 2019.3.2 is here
Hi everyone, AppCode 2019.3.2 is available for download on our site. This update fixes the following issues: Refactor | Move fails to move members to a new class in mixed Objective-C/Swift project (OC-18721) AppCode crashed when debugging app in iOS Device (OC-19169) We shouldn't try to inject Reveal library when run destination is Mac Catalyst (OC-19268) Freeze invoking Generate Initializer when resolve has not yet finished (OC-18281) The full release notes are available here. Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to Develop
AppCode 2019.3 Is Here With Faster Code Highlighting, Completion, and Navigation, Improved Swift Support, New Swift Intentions and Build Messages, and Mac Catalyst Support!
Please welcome our special, performance-focused update – AppCode 2019.3! Download AppCode 2019.3 (more…)
AppCode 2019.3 Release Candidate is Here!
Hi everyone, We are approaching release, and AppCode 2019.3 Release Candidate is available to download on our site. This build requires an active subscription and fixes the problem when LDAP system framework wasn’t resolved correctly. That’s it! Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to Develop
AppCode 2019.3 Beta Is Here!
Hi, AppCode 2019.3 Beta is here with the following bug fixes and improvements: Swift: resolving problem with Objective-C class from CocoaPods (OC-18973) AppCode freezes completely after opening some files (OC-19250) Git commit with "reformat" ticked reformats binary .strings and .plist files, and breaks them (OC-18796) Swift 5.1: Resolve for synthetic storage properties (OC-18764) For the full list of fixes, please see the release notes. Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to Develop
New AppCode 2019.3 EAP: Faster Caching, Improved Build Messages, New Intentions, and More
Hi everyone, A new AppCode 2019.3 EAP build is available for download on our site. The highlights of this update include: “Processing Swift Modules” phase should work much faster compared to AppCode 2019.2 (with Xcode < 11.3 set in Preferences). “Building Module Maps” phase should work faster (Xcode 11.2.x). Faster opening for projects with Mac Catalyst enabled for test targets (OC-19275). Messages tool window: Errors and warnings are now expanded by default (OC-19059). Messages filter is back - now with the same options as in Xcode (OC-19261). New intentions for Swift: Mer
New AppCode 2019.3 EAP: Formatting Improvements and Catalyst SDK Support Fixes
Hi everyone, A new AppCode 2019.3 EAP build is available for download on our site. The highlights of this update include: Unit tests support for Catalyst SDK (OC-19181, OC-19170) Formatting improvements: Keep simple property blocks with willSet/didSet in one line using Preferences | Editor | Code Style | Swift | Wrapping and Braces | Keep when reformatting | Methods and functions in one line Keep empty type declarations in one line using Preferences | Editor | Code Style | Swift | Wrapping and Braces | Keep when reformatting | Empty type declarations in one line For the full lis
New AppCode 2019.3 EAP: Performance Improvements, Support for Alternative Swift Toolchains, and More
Hi everyone, A new AppCode 2019.3 EAP build is available for download on our site. The highlights of this update include: Support for alternative Swift toolchains (OC-13008). If you set a specific Swift toolchain in Xcode (such as Swift for Tensorflow) selected in AppCode preferences, AppCode will correctly resolve entities for this toolchain, use it for building, running, testing, and debugging your project, and display its version in Preferences | Tools | Xcode. Note that initial caching may be slow during the first project opening in such a case. Performance improvements relate
AppCode 2019.3 EAP: Swift Support Improvements, New Intentions, and More
Hi everyone, New AppCode 2019.3 EAP build is available for download on our site. Swift Support This build brings support for the following language features: SE-0258: Property wrappers SE-0244: Opaque result types Completion for SE-0252 (Key path member lookup) Highlighting for parameter attributes Intentions While we are working hard on performance improvements, several new Swift intentions are already here: Flip comparison: Flip binary expression: Invert if condition: For the full list of fixes please see the release notes. Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to
AppCode Starts 2019.3 EAP: New Rendering for Build Messages, New Swift Intentions, and More
Today we are starting the Early Access Program for AppCode 2019.3, and the first build is already available to download from our site. New Build Messages We dedicated a lot of time improving build messages in earlier releases, but our build output parser was still affected by some performance issues. In this release cycle, we’re getting the build output tree directly from Xcode toolchain and only render it in AppCode. For you, this means that: Build speed should be the same as in Xcode for regular and incremental builds. All the necessary information should be visible, including comp
AppCode 2019.3 Roadmap
Hi everyone, Our roadmap for AppCode 2019.3 will be the shortest we’ve ever shared: this release will be focused on performance improvements without launching any new features. The goal is to eliminate as many freezes and slow-downs as possible. To do this as well as we can, we’ll need your help! The best place to share any performance problem is our tracker. You don’t have to understand what causes the problem, as most issues are difficult to analyze when it comes to IDE functionality. If you see a problem, just try to describe it briefly, and our engineers and QAs will take care of t