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The Fastest Way to Learn Swift Programming on the Move

It’s a good time as any to learn Swift programming and make apps for Apple. Apps coded with Swift run on Macs, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. It is just over two years old and already ranked 13th on the TIOBE Index. Apple’s own push and the freshness of the language are two good reasons to learn it for mobile development. Swift also makes app development more interactive and less overwhelming than the older Objective C.
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