AppCode’s code generation features allow you to avoid having to type in lots of the standard code constructs. With one click, you can add initializers to your classes, implement and override methods, or create properties. In this blog post, we will show how you can use these features in your Swift code. Create and edit file templates If you press ⌘N in the Project tool window, you will see the list of all the available file types that you can create in AppCode, including files from Xcode templates. In addition to the standard file types, you can create custom templates or modify code in existi
AppCode Starts 2020.1 EAP: Type Hierarchy in Swift, Documentation Comments Generation, New Code Assistance Actions, and More!
Today we are starting the Early Access Program for AppCode 2020.1, and the first build is already available to download from our site. (more…)
New AppCode 2019.2 EAP: create an enum case from usage in Swift
Hi everyone, A new AppCode 2019.2 EAP build is available on our site. Starting with this build, you can create an enum case from usage in Swift code: The Shell Script plugin is now bundled with AppCode: Finally, additional dialogs are no longer required to commit your changes: you can now do it directly from the Local Changes tab. That’s it! See the full list of fixes in our tracker. Your AppCode Team JetBrains The Drive to Develop
AppCode Code Generation 101
When you’re in the creative mood, developing a new app, or adding cool features to your current one, you definitely don’t want anything to slow you down, right? What probably bugs the most is being stuck by typing each and every thing. Naturally, there is code completion, but on top of that, a lot of code constructs can be simply generated. AppCode comes with a wide set of code generation options, and it would take more than one post to cover them all, but I’d like to make a quick overview of them so you’d get the idea of the power behind it, and we’ll get back to them in detail later. Int