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Apple’s iPad app for teaching kids to code in Swift is here

Apple has officially rolled out Swift Playgrounds, an iPad app designed to help kids learn to code in the company’s Swift programming language for developing Mac and iOS apps. Swift Playgrounds, which Apple first demoed at WWDC in June, takes children through the fundamentals of coding and introduces them to functions, object types, commands and more. The company says it’s easy enough for people without any prior programming experience to get into.
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