If you do not know, and by now you should. Apple have created a whole new programming language called Swift. Do not fret you Objective-C Coders out there. This tutorial will show you how you can use Objective-C Classes in Swift.
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Apple recently announced a pretty major change to the way iOS apps have been developed in the past, an entirely different programming language called Swift which replaces Objective-C. In my efforts to learn the new language, I’ve decided I will be posting regularly as I step through the learning process, sharing everything I find. This is the first post of many on the topic, and I hope you decide to follow along! Are you wanting to build a Swift application
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Josh Garnham, the Creator of Dringend: A fully-fledged iOS & Mac development environment on your iPad has given us the rights to give away three copies of this absolutely, awesome and powerful app.
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