AppCode 2020.3 Is Here: Swift Localization, New Inspections and Intentions, SourceKit-Based Go to Declaration, XCFrameworks Support, Improved Refactorings, New Debugger Features, and More!
Welcome our third update this year – AppCode 2020.3! Download AppCode 2020.3 Swift Language Support The following Swift changes are now supported in AppCode: SE-0279, SE-0286: Multiple trailing closure syntax. Allow synthesis of Equatable and Hashable in conditional conformances (see the SE-0185 amendment). SE-0276: Multi-pattern catch clauses. SE-0269: Increased availability of implicit
Tutorial: Swift refactorings in AppCode
In this tutorial, you will get familiar with the AppCode refactoring tools available for Swift. On a simple project, we will show you how you can quickly and easily improve your code using refactorings. Along the way, you'll also get familiar with some of the inspections and intention actions available in AppCode. Before you start To be able to repeat the steps of this tutorial, download the iOSC
AppCode Starts 2020.3 EAP: Swift Support Improvements, New Intentions and Inspections, and More
Hi everyone, Today we are starting the Early Access Program for AppCode 2020.3, and the first build is already available to download from our site. Download AppCode 2020.3 EAP (more…)
AppCode 2020.2 is Here With Initial Swift Package Manager Support, the Change Signature Refactoring For Swift, Performance Improvements, and More!
Introducing our second update this year – AppCode 2020.2! Download AppCode 2020.2 Initial Swift Package Manager Support Swift Package Manager provides an easy way to manage project dependencies in Xcode projects, and its rate of adoption grows year after year. AppCode 2020.2 delivers initial support for Swift Package Manager dependencies in Xcode projects, which includes: The same general code as
AppCode 2020.2 Beta Brings Change Signature Refactoring for Swift!
Hi everyone, AppCode 2020.2 release is just around the corner, and our first Beta build delivers an initial implementation of the Change Signature refactoring for Swift! Let’s take a closer look at it. When you need to change the signature of a method, the usual flow is to rename all the method parts separately, such as parameter names, internal parameter names, and the method name itself. This