Recently there were some interesting reports and articles about the state of Swift. In this post we will discuss them and put them in perspective.
The Swift and Objective-C interoperability is very good so that it is very easy to use both Swift and Objective-C in one project.
In Swift you can easily create public properties with private setters. It makes your code much safer and shorter.
On December 3, 2015, the Swift language was released as open source. It also involves a roadmap for Swift 3, which will be released in fall 2016.
If you are using a lot of nested indentations, your code becomes rapidly unclear – the pyramid of doom. You can avoid this by using the keyword guard.
With the keywords weak and unowned you can avoid so-called reference cycles. In this post we will discuss the differences between them.
The future belongs to Swift, but does this mean that you should migrate Objective-C code to Swift?
With the functions map and flatMap you can easily transform an array into a new one.
Although ARC does most of the memory handling work for you, your app can still suffer from so-called retain cycles. So it is very important to discover them.
Swift is Apple’s new programming language for developing applications for iOS, watchOS, tvOS and Mac OS. In this Swift tutorial you will learn all its basics.
Closures are often used as function arguments. But sometimes there are situations where local closures can be very handy.
Swift is still a very young technology, but there are already a lot of myths about Swift.