AppCode 3.3 brings you support for Xcode 7, Objective-C generics and multiple Swift 2 features introduced in the latest language version. A range of general enhancements in this update also improve your overall development experience.
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• Generics: Xcode 7 introduced generics in Objective-C. This mechanism is especially important when you bridge in mixed Objective-C and Swift code. AppCode 3.3 can parse and highlight generic parameters and lets you rename them easily.
• Nullability annotations:
New nullability annotations in Objective-C, _Nonnull and _Nullable, are now supported in AppCode editor.
• Custom boot JDK:
Now AppCode installer includes custom JDK 8 with fixes from the JetBrains team, so there is no need to download it separately.
• Edit code in commit window:
With AppCode 3.3 you can easily fix small issues while looking at the diff in a commit dialog. Simply enable the editing mode and start editing your code
• Swift debugger:
The Swift debugger becomes even better with AppCode 3.3, supporting rendering for collections and CoreFoundation types in Swift.