A new tool to check Apple Service status in Swift App has been posted to my git hub account. We are making this tool and its source code freely available to anyone who would find it useful. Feel free to use it as is, as part of a bigger workflow or even modify it. Apple […]
Back in June at WWDC 2015, Apple announced it would be open sourcing Swift. True to their word, Swift is now open source under an Apache 2.0 license. Swift is already one of the fastest growing languages and this can only help make it more available to a lot more existing developers and potential developers. […]
2nd June 2014, changed the world of iOS and OS X development – forever. This time last year iOS developers across the globe had no idea that in a few days Apple would launch a brand new programming language called Swift at their Worldwide Developer Conference. We were streaming the WWDC keynote live in London […]
Founded on 5th of June 2014, the meet up group, Swift London has grown into a collaborative community of beginner and advanced developers, eager to learn more about the Swift programming language. Over the last 6 months, the group has held a series of events, alternating between talks and hands-on sessions, culminating in their brilliant […]
Since Apple released the new iOS programming language, Swift, online forums and indeed the Amsys training email inboxes have been awash with questions like, Well – what do I do now? Should I learn Objective-C or Swift? And our answer has been – both! Here are our top 3 reasons why you should learn both […]
I just love Apple’s attention to detail. If you remember the Apple campaign “Here’s to the crazy ones”, over the years they have worked the text for that poem into various parts of OS X . To keep that trend going, they have done the same for the Swift file icon. Nice touch.
We’re proud to announce that we have just scheduled our first “Beginning Swift Development” course for the 16th of July in London, the first training centre in the UK to do so. Swift, which was announced at last week’s WWDC keynote, has been created to make app development an easier, more accessible skill to acquire, […]
So among the announcements of this year’s Apple Developer Conference was the introduction of a new programming language called “Swift”. It must be said that this took most of the developer community by surprise. Since the introduction of OS X and iOS, Objective-C/C has been the default programming language used to build apps on these […]