AppCode Beta 3 available

So, it’s Beta 3 — no new features, apparently. Only bug fixes, performance and some UI improvements.

We’ve reworked the whole IDE menu with the main goal to make it more compact and better structured. Should be better now, especially on smaller screens.

Sorry, if you got used to some items already, but we told you you should learn the keyboard hotkeys, didn’t we? 🙂 Maybe it’s time now?

Download the new AppCode Beta, click Help -> Default Keymap Reference and print it. Or even better, try the Key Promoter plugin.

Check out the complete change log since the previous Beta if you’re interested.

Your reports of any issues you are dealing with are very much appreciated at this point.

Develop with pleasure!
The AppCode Team

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5 Responses to AppCode Beta 3 available

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    Daniel Hall says:

    October 15, 2011

    Thanks guys, this is great! Just want to say that I am SOOOOO happy you brought your awesome IDE skills to Objective C. I switched over fully from Xcode 4 to AppCode a couple days ago and the difference is incredible. Keep up the great work!

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    Ian says:

    October 16, 2011

    Any chance of the emacs key bindings going in to the final GA product?

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    GeekyCoder says:

    October 16, 2011


    I wonder if Jetbrains looking into adding UML support for Objective-c. It will be great to be able to generate UML diagram just like for Java code in Intellij.

    Are Jetbrains looking into developing more dev tools for mac/ios development ? I see that is a huge market for dev tools in Apple’s world … I believe Jetbrains’s venture into this lucrative market will open up the tool ecosystem for the MAc 🙂

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      Maxim Shafirov says:

      October 17, 2011

      UML will be there for sure, just not in the first version. Beside AppCode we’re planning to have support for continuos Xcode project integration via TeamCity. Do you have any other specific opportunity in mind?

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        Regin Larsen says:

        October 19, 2011

        Xcode project integration in TeamCity?! That would be awesome! 🙂

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