APPLE DESIGNED SWIFT SO YOU wouldn’t need previous Apple programming experience, but many Apple developers will want to take advantage of Swift in existing projects—as well as start writing projects from scratch. In this compact, to-the-point guide, author and iOS developer Maurice Kelly steps existing Objective-C developers through the basics of the Swift language—including types, syntax, variables, strings, and classes—and explores how to use Swift with existing projects and create new apps written completely in Swift.
If you are an Apple developer, this book will quickly give you a solid foundation for writing Swift apps.
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Maurice Kelly has been a software engineer since leaving university in 2001. After spending a decade working on carrier-grade server software in C, C++, and Java, he decided to take a career departure and switched to developing iOS and OS X software. As well as being an eager consumer of all things tech, he has a passion for listening to and creating music. He lives with his wife and children just outside Dromara, a small village in the small country of Northern Ireland.
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Buchbeschreibung Peach Pit Dez 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Immediately following Apple's announcement of the Swift language in early summer, the language became an instant hit, jumping into leading indexes that track programming language popularity. While developers can build apps from scratch with Swift, many Apple developers will want to learn how to take advantage of Swift in existing projects. In this compact, to-the-point guide, author Maurice Kelly steps students through the basics of the Swift language?including types, syntax, variables, strings, and classes?and explores how to use Swift with existing projects. Maurice explores how to use Swift APIs in Objective-C and how to mix and match Swift and Objective-C files in an app. Students will learn: 178 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780134044699