Die WWDC steht bevor – und damit vermutlich auch eine neue Version der Open-Source-Programmiersprache Swift iPhone&iPad
Apple today updated its Swift Playgrounds app to version 2.1, introducing new features to the iPad coding app designed to teach children and adults to code through several interactive „Learn to Code“ lessons.
The updated app includes a new „What’s Next“ feature that offers up other playground suggestions to try based on current progress in the Swift Playgrounds app, providing users with a clearer path for learning new coding skills.
Today’s update also introduces support for macOS content caching in order to speed up downloads in networks that have multiple Swift Playgrounds users.
Swift Playgrounds 2.1 comes three [...]
Nicht jeder muss zum Programmierer umschulen, man sollte aber wissen, wobei es beim Coding geht. Swift Playgrounds bietet den perfekten Einstieg. iPhone&iPad
Two members of Apple’s Swift Core Team, Doug Gregor and Ben Cohen, joined the Swift Unwrapped podcast this morning, where they discussed Swift 4.1 and all of the changes that are coming in the update.
Cohen manages Apple’s Swift Standard Library Team, while Gregor works on the Swift Compiler and Library Design. The discussion of Swift 4.1 is rather technical and may not interest all readers, but it will be a worthwhile listen for those who work with Swift.
The initial beta of Swift 4.1 was released alongside the first beta of Xcode 9.3 and iOS 11.3 in January. Swift 4.1 is nearing the end of its beta testing period and it will be released when Xcode 9.3 [...]