AppCode 3.1.6 bug fix update and UIKonf 2015

Hi everyone,

We are sorry for keeping silence for a long time. The reason for it is that we are working hard on the next AppCode EAP. However, some of you have faced a very unpleasant problem on OS X 10.10.4 beta – AppCode failed to start there correctly. That’s why we decided to publish one more update for the 3.1 version that brings a fix to you.

AppCode 3.1.6 is now available for download. You’ll also get an automatic notification about this update in the IDE, or can do AppCode | Check for Updates manually.


In case you are in Berlin next week don’t miss a chance to get an answer to your questions about AppCode right from a team member, face to face. You are very welcome to stop by our booth at UIKonf. We will be happy to chat and share ideas.

Yours as always,
The AppCode Team

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12 Responses to AppCode 3.1.6 bug fix update and UIKonf 2015

  1. Eran says:

    Will the next AppCode version finally support swift frameworks? I’m dying without that autocomplete :(

  2. I would only ask for working debugger right now 😉

  3. Michael Gallacher says:

    Methods with parameter names do not autocomplete/auto-populate. Swift is *so* painful in requiring named parameters, but Xcode does a great job of auto-creating/completing a template for the method, including parameter names. All you have to do is enter the parameter value and hit ‘tab’ to go to the next one. Swift is unbearable without this feature.

    Also adding an ‘override’ does not autocomplete with the list of possible override methods.

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      There is parameter info feature right now (with the Cmd+P), there is also a feature request for parameters placeholders: Feel free to upvote.

      Regarding override – we plan to add override method code generation feature soon, that will make this use case much more easier.

  4. Roman Truba says:

    When 3x resources will be supported? They are still not grouped with 1x and 2x.
    Also, CMD + click can’t show an image resource in most cases (when we’re in UIImage imageNamed…).
    Methods without a name are still not supported, and gives error in the interface (but compiler isn’t throws an error).
    Auto-formatting works very strange, in many cases ignoring common rules of Obj-C
    Come on guys, you’re doing great product, but devil in the details

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      Have you tried Quick Definition feature to preview the image? Does it work for you?

      Could you please point any particular problem with auto-formatting in AppCode’s auto-formatting rules are very flexible and easy configurable (Preferences | Editor | Code Style | C/C++/Objective-C), but maybe some proper defaults are missing.

      Other problems are also in our queue. However Swift editing features and refactorings are top prio for now.

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