AppCode 1.5 EAP: more refactorings, even better debugger

Posted on by Eugene Toporov

Hi Early Adopters!

AppCode is a young product, so if you are reading this you are an Early Adopter.
Being young is great, you can develop fast. And with 1.0 released only 3 months ago, we are now opening Early Access Program for a first big (free) update for our Objective-C IDE — AppCode 1.5.

The major points of the update are more refactorings and debugger/runner improvements, but not only this.
Check out what is already implemented and ready for you to try:

Refactorings

A number of so called in-place extract/introduce refactorings: extract instance variable, extract property, extract parameter, extract typedef, extract macro, extract constant, Convert local variable to ivar/property/parameter.
Note that you can quickly access them all using ‘Refactor This” popup (⌘⇧⌥T).
Extract Define   Extract parameter   Extract property

Run/Debug Configurations

  • Improved destination selection (device/simulator, 32-bit/64-bit)
  • Ability to switch between installed simulators in Run/Debug Configuration
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    Debugger

  • Optional object addresses display in debugger and ‘Copy Address’ action
  • Code completion in debugger console
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    C++ support

  • C++ operators resolve and completion
  • C++ STL autoimport
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    See AppCode 1.5 roadmap to find out what else is planned.
    Download AppCode 1.5 EAP (build 112.567) and enjoy the new features!

    And as always, AppCode discussion forum and issue tracker are open for your questions, ideas and reports.

    Last but not least… If you have a 50% discount coupon for AppCode that you got during the 1.0 Beta and never used, you can use it now. AppCode 1.5 will be a free update for everyone according to our “1 year of free upgrades” policy.

    Develop with pleasure!
    -The AppCode Team

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