Join Mic, Jake, and Caroline as they discuss adding support to your apps for the Apple Pencil, before moving onto open source Swift!
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- Advanced Touch Input on iOS – WWDC 2015
- TouchCanvas – Apple Sample Code
- Handwriting Recognition on iOS – Simon Gladman
- Swift on GitHub
- Swift Package Manager
- Swift Programming Language Evolution
- Foundation for Swift
- Foundation for Swift Status Document
- Swift API Design Guidelines
- Introducing the IBM Swift Sandbox
- Windows Bridge for iOS
- The Many Interpreters and Runtimes of the Ruby Programming Language – Ryan Wilcox
- Introduction to Open Source Swift on Linux – Alexis Gallagher
- More Swift on Linux – iachieved.it
- Introducing the Swift Package Manager – iachieved.it
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