Learn Swift Programming

Apple surprised all at its World Wide Developers Conference WWDC 2014 in June by launching Swift, a multi-paradigm programming language for developing iOS and OS X apps.

What is more surprising is that Swift had been in the making for 4 years and nobody knew about it.

Swift programs are developed using Xcode, Apple’s integrated development environment (IDE).

Swift and Objective-C can sit alongside each other in the same application. This allows you to create mixed-language apps containing both Swift and Objective-C files that can communicate with each other.

Swift has been designed with a modern and easy to write syntax.