Swift is Apple’s new programming language. Released in 2014 and open sourced in 2015, it is the new hotness that everyone in the iOS and Mac programming world is talking about. In this session, you’ll take a tour of the language right from the basics. At the end you’ll be comfortable reading and writing Swift, and will be ready for the rest of the conference!
RW Team Member
Matt is the founder of SwipeStack, a mobile development company based in London, UK which create apps for clients and also a few of their own. One client's app was featured by Apple in the best apps of 2011, the App Rewind in the newsstand category.
BeerMap is one of their own creations, helping beer drinkers find a great pub near them! You can find him on Twitter.
Learn the basics of ranges and loops and in this excerpt from our latest book, the Swift Apprentice!
Learn the basics of data storage in Swift: variables, constants, types and tuples in this abbreviated chapter from our new Swift Apprentice book!
Learn how to work with Generics in Swift and make your code more concise and powerful!
Check out some of the highlights of the new Swift language from an Objective-C developer’s perspective!
In part 2 of this introduction to C++ for iOS developers, you will learn about polymorphism, virtual functions, templates, the STL, and more.
In part 1 of this introduction to C++ for iOS developers, you will learn about C++ syntax, inheritance, namespaces, memory management, and more.
iOS 7 brought some interesting new features to Objective-C and Foundation. New compiler features and improved Foundation classes – read all about them!
Learn how to read assembly in iOS – a useful skill when debugging your code or diagnosing why a crash has occurred.
This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Matt Galloway, founder of SwipeStack, a mobile development team based in London, UK. You can also find me on Google+. At this point in your iOS development career, you’ve probably written an app or two, and you are no doubt wondering what you can do […]