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Materials for the webinar: BDDing your Objective-C Apps, September 2nd

Hello everyone,

Many of you have registered for our free webinar: BDDing your Objective-C Apps, September 2nd, with Paweł Dudek and Łukasz Warchoł. For those who have not – you still have a chance!

Our speakers are going to show how to empower your BDD workflow in AppCode. They’ll be relying heavily on various custom live templates for Cedar and Expecta. Those can be found on the GitHub together with the sample project and useful descriptions.

Feel free to download and investigate the materials in advance. And if you have any questions ask them here or during the live webinar.

Yours truly,
The AppCode Team

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13 Responses to Materials for the webinar: BDDing your Objective-C Apps, September 2nd

  1. Nik Reiman says:

    September 16, 2011

    I’m a huge fan of AppCode and IntelliJ, and use both when bouncing between iPhone/Android projects. Will AppCode be available as a plugin for IntelliJ Ultimate Edition, or will I need a separate license for it? If so, is there any chance I can get a 50% off coupon?


    • Eugene Toporov says:

      September 16, 2011

      Hi Nik!

      Great to know you like the products. Thanks!
      AppCode 1.0 will be a separate product. We do not plan to have a plugin for IntelliJ IDEA, so you will need a separate license for AppCode.
      You can request your personal coupon at http://www.jetbrains.com/objc

      Good luck!

  2. PikachuEXE says:

    September 17, 2011

    Can I transfer the coupon to my friend? (To promote AppCode 🙂
    Because I have already submitted a screencast 😛

    • Eugene Toporov says:

      September 19, 2011

      Of course you can. Note, the coupon can be used only once.

  3. Sean says:

    September 17, 2011

    What’s the difference in functionality between the corporate and personal edition?

    • Eugene Toporov says:

      September 19, 2011

      There’s no difference in functionality. The difference is in who the product is licensed to and in how it can be used.
      Here’s a licensing info for WebStorm, but the same will apply for AppCode: http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/buy/license-matrix.jsp

  4. Arno.Nyhm says:

    September 17, 2011

    because you have now many seperate products.

    i use IDEA, RubyMine, AppCode
    (and maybe YouTrack hosted)

    a) do you think about a package price for all products? maybe (3 of our procuts cost xxx, 4 yyy )

    b) you have a central licence account login where i can manage my licences?
    still now i have always write an email ….

    best regards

    • Eugene Toporov says:

      September 19, 2011

      a) I’m not aware of such a package. Anyhow, you are very welcome to contact our sales team (sales@jetbrains.com) and they will be more than happy to offer you a personal “existing customer” discount for any product.

      b) we are currently working on such a system. You’ll be able to use your existing ‘JetBrains Account’ to manage your licenses once we make it available.


  5. vincentlee01 says:

    September 19, 2011

    will I need a separate license for it?

    • Eugene Toporov says:

      September 19, 2011

      AppCode is a separate product, so yes, a license will be needed.

  6. Matt Hargett says:

    September 19, 2011

    Any plans for C++03/0x support? I am desperate for ReSharper-style refactorings and auto-fix for C++ projects.

  7. Łukasz Łazarecki says:

    September 29, 2011

    Great that beta is out already, but still many things don’t work.
    1. I couldn’t find a way to configure SVN login and password, so I only get errors when trying to commit something.
    2. The project is indexed every time I open it and it takes about 20 secs.
    3. Is there a way to create a custom file template that will generate header and implementation files just like the predefined Obj-C Class template?

    • Maxim Shafirov says:

      September 29, 2011

      1. It shall ask you for a credentials when appropriate actually. It may worth checking Settings|Version Control|VCSs|Subversion.
      2. Fixed in Beta2. We save the index on disk now.
      3. We use templates defined in Xcode for that.

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