Tag Archives: Tutorials

Complete Statement in AppCode

The are several completion types available for Objective-C in AppCode. Basic completion (^Space) is an essential IDE feature that allows you to quickly complete variable, class and method names as you type. Smart Type completion (⌃⇧Space) is more advanced: it … Continue reading

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Do several things at once with AppCode

Since version 3 AppCode includes an awesome feature – multiple cursors and selections, that allows you to do many deals at a time increasing your productivity! Let’s see how you can use it and when it’s a good case for … Continue reading

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Move refactoring moves routine away

AppCode offers a wide variety of code refactorings, which track down and correct the affected code references automatically. Some of them are widely known and often used, others are just missed. Move refactoring is present in AppCode since 2.1 version, … Continue reading

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Context-sensitive analysis with AppCode 3: Never miss a value again!

One of the most notable features of AppCode is code analysis, which helps keep your code accurate and clean. The flexible mechanism of resolving problems works on the fly and allows you to easily improve code structure, detect unreachable and … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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GitHub right in your IDE

Collaborative coding and versioning are essential for software projects. Like many others JetBrains IDEs AppCode supports a variety of Version Control Systems including Mercurial, CVS, Git, Subversion and TFS. Actions that users are provided with in various VCS tools are … Continue reading

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Find Usages: no place for symbols to hide

Find Usages lets you quickly see all the places where a symbol (class, method, property, variable, etc.) is used. Unlike textual search, Find Usages in AppCode works on the semantic level and shows you actual usages, not just text matches. … Continue reading

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Debugging with AppCode – what, where and how

In this post I’d like to cover some of the essentials regarding debugging with AppCode – how to add breakpoints and manage them, step through code, review variables, evaluate expressions and so on. Let’s start with adding some line breakpoints … Continue reading

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