At this year’s WWDC, Apple announced that they would be open sourcing Swift. Now that the code is available, we can finally see what they’ve been working on.
This is a continuation of a previous post discussing language features in Swift. In this post, we’ll look at a few additional examples.
I recently released my new app, Chess Clock Plus, which I wrote entirely in Swift. This was my first all-Swift app. It was also my first iOS 8-only app, so it was a chance to explore the new APIs. In this post, I’ll discuss the new tricks I’ve discovered.