AppCode 2019.2 is Here With Initial Swift 5.1 Support, Code Coverage for Unit Tests, LLDB Disassembly View, Create From Usage for Enum Cases… and Even More!
Please welcome the release of our second major update this year, AppCode 2019.2! Download AppCode 2019.2 (more…)
New AppCode 2019.2 EAP: code coverage for unit tests
Hi, A new AppCode 2019.2 EAP build is here! Code coverage for unit tests Now you can run unit tests with coverage in AppCode. There is no need to change any settings in your scheme – just select the test target and press the Run with Coverage button: You can see the coverage results on the left gutter in the editor: Click the coverage color indicator to see the hit count or hid
Unit testing with AppCode 3.0 – be more productive with less effort
Hello everyone, Today we would like to tell you more about a bunch of changes we’ve done to simplify unit testing in AppCode. We’ll assume you’ve read our post about run configurations and if you are particularly interested in running tests you can have a look at our previous post about unit testing. The main goal of the TDD improvements in 3.0 EAP was to simplify the whole workflow. First o
Unit testing with AppCode
Today we'll talk about unit testing support in AppCode. We'll assume that you already know how it works in Xcode, and that you've read our previous post about run configurations. Let's focus more on the details of how it's done in AppCode. First, if you already have an Xcode project with configured unit tests in it, and you open it in AppCode, you need to create test run configurations: go to R