Almost a year ago, Apple announced a hot new programming language called Swift. It was announced at WWDC 2014 MAKING it clear that Apple wants to attract more developers to its already rich ecosystem. It isn’t exactly something that all developers asked because many of them are doing fine with Objective-C – the primary language for iOS apps. In fact, developers still use Objective-C today because Apple currently allows it even though the company is recommending Swift.


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