AppCode 2022.1: Swift Support Improvements, Xcode 13.3 Support, and More
AppCode 2022.1 brings support for async sequences, postfix #if member expressions, isolation control specifiers for Swift actors, improvements for Swift Package Manager integration, better VoiceOver support, and more.
AppCode 2021.2: Improved Swift Support, Complete Statement, Call Hierarchy for Swift, and More!
Please welcome our second major update this year – AppCode 2021.2! Download AppCode 2021.2 Swift Language Support AppCode 2021.2 includes support for the following Swift proposals: SE-0289: Result builders SE-0295: Codable synthesis for enums with associated values SE-0296: Async/await Documentations Tags AppCode now shows completion for common documentation tags in Swift: Complete St
AppCode 2021.1: Standalone Swift Package Manager Projects, Performance Improvements, Automatic Cross-Resolve for the Kotlin/Native Plugin, and More
Please welcome our first update this year – AppCode 2021.1! Download AppCode 2021.1 Swift Package Manager AppCode now opens standalone SPM projects even without an .xcodeproj file, same as CLion: In addition, code entities from Objective-C and local SPM packages are now correctly resolved. Kotlin/Native Plugin As we wrote before, the Kotlin/Native plugin for AppCode got a major update: cross-re
AppCode 2020.2.3: initial Xcode 12 support and bug fixes
Hi everyone, AppCode 2020.2.3 is now available for download on our site. Initial Xcode 12 support We’ve been working hard to deliver initial Xcode 12 support, and here it is: Issues with running applications on iOS 14 devices (OC-20602, OC-20650, OC-20323) have been resolved. Xcode 12 documentation now works in AppCode (OC-20310). There are still some compatibility issues (see subtickets i
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 2020.1.2 is Here
Hi everyone, AppCode 2020.1.2 is now available for download on our site. This update fixes the following issues: Swift: default enum arguments were not being resolved (OC-19839). Swift: synthesized allCases were being resolved/completed even if an enum didn’t conform to CaseIterable (OC-19848). “Unknown operator” was being displayed on valid code (OC-19502). Shared configurations were add
AppCode 2020.1 Is Here with Faster Code Assistance for Pure Swift and Mixed Projects, Completion During Indexing, Documentation Comments Generation, Type Hierarchy View for Swift, and More!
Please give a warm welcome to our first update this year – AppCode 2020.1! Download AppCode 2020.1 (more…)
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 2019.2 is Here With Initial Swift 5.1 Support, Code Coverage for Unit Tests, LLDB Disassembly View, Create From Usage for Enum Cases… and Even More!
Please welcome the release of our second major update this year, AppCode 2019.2! Download AppCode 2019.2 (more…)
AppCode 2019.1 is here!
Please welcome our first major update this year, AppCode 2019.1! Read on to learn about new Swift support features, code resolution and navigation improvements, new debug actions and settings, IDE themes and more! Download AppCode 2019.1 (more…)
AppCode 2018.3.1: new intentions for Swift
Hi everyone, AppCode 2018.3.1 update is available for download on our site. New intentions Convert int literals to decimal, hex, oct and binary representation: Add digit separators easily: Add return type to a function if the return statement is present: Switch between regular and multiline strings: Highlighting Have escape sequences highlighted in Swift string literals: