|AppCode 2.5 Includes More Code Generation Options|
|Written by Alex Armstrong|
|Thursday, 24 October 2013|
The latest version of AppCode, JetBrains IDE Objective-C IDE for iOS and OS X developers, has been updated to fully support iOS7 and has new features that apply to C/C++ as well as to Objective-C.
In addition it now allows you to work with Xcode 5 Asset Catalogs right from the project view and introduces support for the CocoaPods dependency manager.
Each new release of AppCode brings improved C++ language support with each release adding more smart coding features and 2.5 adds new code generation options such as Override/Implement, constructor/destructor and getter/setter and supports Google Test, a popular C++ testing framework.
By way of code editing improvements there are new options simplifying and restructuring conditional expressions.
The Move Statement Up/Down (Shift+Cmd+Up/Down) action, familiar to users of IntelliJ IDEA, is now available in AppCode to help you easily move around classes, methods and statements. This feature is available for both Objective-C and C/C++.
App Code 2.5's new Presentation mode, lets you initiate a demonstration of your code and coding process with a single click. There's also better integration with GitHub allowing GitHub users to make pull requests from within the IDE.
A personal license for AppCode costs $99, a commercial license for companies costs $199, with a 50% discount available for startups, an academic licence is $29 and for education institutions and open source projects it is free. You can also download a free 30-day trial.
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