Learn some new commands in Swift 2 to deal with scope.
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Learn about the new error handling model in Swift 2.
Find out what’s covered in our What’s New In Swift 2 video tutorial series.
Check out some initial impressions of Swift 2 and some of the highlights in how we’ll be writing our apps and frameworks in the year to come.
Learn about UISplitViewController and the iPhone 6 Plus: how to create good transitioning to and from it’s distinctive side-by-side display in landscape.
Learn about the different modes for split view controllers on the iPad.
Learn the basics of using UISplitViewController in your universal apps, starting with using it to construct a table view leading to a detail view.
We have updated our popular Swift style guide for Swift 1.2, along with a number of other changes – find out what’s changed!
Learn how a view controller can control it’s own presentation style at run time based on the current trait collection or other conditions.
Learn how to use the appearance proxy with trait collections to customize the look of things in your app by size class.