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LEARN TO USE APPLE’S SWIFT 4

LEARN TO USE APPLE’S SWIFT 4


Apple’s Swift is billed by the tech giant as  a programming language that "lets everyone build amazing apps." Now, that may be true, but don’t expect to dive into Swift coding today and write the next Candy Crush tomorrow. As with any language, spoken or coded, learning it takes both time and effort.
Help is at hand, though, with both free and commercial resources available online covering the language in depth. Whatever your ability, you’ll find plenty here to advance your skills.

Before you get started, Swift 4.1 is available to download now here, and you can get it along with Xcode 9.3 and start learning the new language straight away.
You should be careful to check which version of Swift and Xcode your training materials are using, because there may be some variations.
Then you'll want to start at the source with Apple's dedicated Swift documentation. You don't need a Developer account to access the files or to download Xcode from the Mac App Store, so you can get started right away.

The Developer documentation includes sample code, links to the reference material and, most useful for anyone switching from another language, videos from the Swift 4.0 update at 2017’s Worldwide Developers Conference.

We can expect to see more from Apple about Swift and future iterations of the language at WWDC 2018. Find out what to expect at WWDC 2018 here.

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