AppCode 2.0 EAP build #126.369

Today we have a fresh EAP build for you to try. First things first, you will be pleased to know that we are working on memory usage optimization and made some improvements. However, we still need your feedback on the matter.

Next thing on the menu is support for Kiwi – a popular testing framework. Starting from this build, you can run your Kiwi tests in AppCode, see the structure of your tests in the Run/Debug tool window, and quickly navigate from the results tree right to the source code.

That’s not it, the list of new features continues. AppCode’s intention actions have become even smarter:

  • It’s now possible to switch between method and dot notation for properties – see OC-876.
  • We’ve added intention actions for @protocol forward declaration – see OC-5984; and forward declaration of a @class referenced later in the file – see OC-4789.

For the dessert, AppCode now supports new Zen Coding (“Emmet“) features. Here is the list of supported features.

You can use incremental update (Check for Updates… action in AppCode’s menu) or download the build manually from EAP page. And as usual, here’s the complete list of included changes.

Since we’re approaching the final release date, your feedback and comments are more than welcome and greatly appreciated in our issue tracker and community forum.

The AppCode Team

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9 Responses to AppCode 2.0 EAP build #126.369

  1. Bill says:

    How soon until the final release?

  2. Roger says:

    Please fix issue where own Framework imports dont work, eg before final release and I will buy. Imports show as unused, and references to MyClass are red. But project still builds, and code is valid in xCode.

    • Anton Makeev says:

      Roger, we really appreciate that you are reminding us about the problems; but it is much more effective to leave a comment in the corresponding issues. Could you please do this for us?

  3. Pawel Dudek says:

    Are there any plans on adding support for Cedar? It’s a testing framework, very similar to Kiwi in terms of syntax.

  4. Tim Pesce says:

    This is great stuff – I’m really looking forward to 2.0!

  5. Joey says:

    I was wondering if you guys plan on adding support for project specific variables/method highlighting vs other (framework) specific syntax. A good example of this is the Dusk or Default themes in Xcode. My favorite theme is actually Dusk and I would love to see that in AppCode.

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