Apple debuts Swift, new development language

Apple debuts Swift, new development language

Today at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple took the wraps off Swift, an entirely new development language for iOS, effectively replacing the requirement for developers to use Objective-C. Swift provides developers with a simpler and higher-performance development language to build apps in, eliminating many of the common errors that can be encountered with Objective-C while improving development time. Swift will be integrated into XCode and uses the same Objective-C runtime environment, allowing developers to seamlessly mix Swift and native C code into the same projects.

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