Swift is a powerful and intuitive programming language for macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS.
Swift was first introduced in 2014 and is general-purpose programming language developed by Apple and the open-source community.
Before Swift, apps on macOS and iOS were developed using a language called Objective-C. Today, Swift is the primary language used to develop apps for all Apple platforms including macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. In 2014, Objective-C was over 30 years old so if Apple can invest that amount of time again in Swift, learning Swift will definitely be beneficial to your career.
Swift is a high-performance language that is easy to learn and supports modern programming features such as type inference, generics, and optional types. Swift also supports automatic memory management and support for modern programming concepts such as protocol-oriented programming and functional programming.
Is async await a replacement for Combine
In this blog post I want to explore the idea "Is async/await a replacement for Combine in Swift".
How To Use style-dictionary to manage colours in SwiftUI
In this blog post I am going to talk about how you can use Style Dictionary to manage colours across a SwiftUI and Web project.
How to Use Hot Module Reloading in Swift
Hot Module Reloading can save you hours of development each day. It works by only compiling parts of your application that have changed instead of having to recompile the entire application each time something changes.
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