Apple Swift Programming As A Replacement For Objective-C

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Objective-C was created by Brad Cox and Tom Love in 1983. Apple has used the code to develop apps for more than 20 years, but in our world of modern technology, the old programming code certainly has some limitations in speed, visuals and features.

At the latest WWDC 2014 (Worldwide Developers Conference), Apple announced Swift as their new programming language, to replace Objective-C. To sustain compatibility on existing apps and devices, Swift adopts safe programming patterns, and adds modern features to make programming easier and more friendly to new programmers.

The Swift code and C can live in the same app together, so programmers have more time to upgrade their apps. Users can get a basic guide at IOS Developer Library or download the free ebook at itunes