Archive for October 27th, 2015

by Tom Nelson

Apple rolled out the Swift programming language at the WWDC 2014 event. Swift was designed to eventually replace Objective C, and provide a unified development environment for those who create apps for both the Mac and iOS devices.


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Since the initial announcement of Swift, the new language has already seen a number of updates. It now incorporates support for watchOS as well as tvOS, letting you develop for the full gamut of Apple devices from a single development environment.

During the summer of 2014, I downloaded the original beta version of Swift that was available to Apple developers. This is a brief look at what I found, and a few recommendations for how to proceed if you’re interested in learning Swift.

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