AppCode Starts 2020.1 EAP: Type Hierarchy in Swift, Documentation Comments Generation, New Code Assistance Actions, and More!

Today we are starting the Early Access Program for AppCode 2020.1, and the first build is already available to download from our site.

AppCode 2020.1 EAP splash

Type Hierarchy

Type Hierarchy (⌃H) now works for Swift in the same way that it does for Objective-C:

Swift Type Hierarchy
Your feedback on the feature is very welcome (note that there are several known issues filled as OC-11220 subtasks).

Code Assistance

This EAP brings new code assistance actions for Swift:

  • Replace if with guard intention:
    Replace if with guard
  • Unnecessary parentheses inspection:
    Remove parentheses
  • Unnecessary tuple wrap inspection:
    Replace tuple

Documentation Comments

You may have noticed this feature in AppCode 2019.3, though at the time it wasn’t ready for the public announcement. We’ve finished it’s implementation for the 2020.1 EAP, and you can now generate markdown documentation in Swift simply by writing /// and pressing :

Comments generation

In addition, AppCode now correctly displays markdown documentation in the Quick Documentation (F1) popup:

Quick Documentation

JetBrains Mono

JetBrains Mono is a free and open-source font created by our company – and now it’s also the default font for all JetBrains IDEs!

That’s it for now. If you want to find out more, the full release notes are available here.

Download AppCode 2020.1 EAP

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5 Responses to AppCode Starts 2020.1 EAP: Type Hierarchy in Swift, Documentation Comments Generation, New Code Assistance Actions, and More!

  1. Alex says:

    Looking good, but getting an error on download – 404 “message”: “Distribution windows does not exist”

    • Stanislav Dombrovsky says:

      Hi, are you getting this error from the IDE, from ToolBox or when you’re trying to download AppCode directly from the website? Are you downloading AppCode from macOS (just to be sure, because looks like the Windows distribution that does not exist for AppCode is requested)?

  2. Jindrich Sarson says:

    Finally, after few years, it seems I can again use App Code. It was great in Objective-C times and it looks like that after years, it will be usable for our Swift / Mixed project.

    First time ever syntax highlighting and code competition works, great! Indexing takes 20 minutes first, but then it quick.

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