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Navigation in AppCode
Navigating through files and source code, especially in complex projects, can eat up a lot of time, which is why it is essential to learn how to move around quickly in your IDE. AppCode provides plenty of navigation features that can help you move faster. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most helpful navigation tools, settings, and shortcuts that you can add to your arsenal. Adjust the Project tool window Using the Project tool window is the simplest way to explore a project. To show/hide the tool window, press ⌘1. You can also press ⌘1 to shift the focus from the editor to
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 self in @escaping closures when reference cycles are unlikely to occur. SE-0044: Import as member improved as described in OC-20445. SE-0280: Enum cases as protocol witnesses. Localization Stri
AppCode 2020.3 Beta: Go to Declaration Improvements and Bug Fixes
Hi everyone, The AppCode 2020.3 Beta build is available for download from our site. Go to Declaration SourceKit-based Go to Declaration now works even after indexing. Also, it’s now possible to use it for navigation from entities in module interfaces. Bug Fixes This build fixes the following issues: Reveal v.27 wasn’t working in AppCode (OC-20911) Problem when running UI tests on device (OC-20739) Freeze during autocompletion (OC-20914) Problem when processing SPM manifest (OC-20507) See the full release notes here. Your AppCode team JetBrains The Drive to Develop