Swift App Developers are Here! Lets Get Your Swift Enterprise App Developed Now. iOS8 at WWDC

So we all heard the big news. Our friends at Apple have had a busy day announcing all the goodies at WWDC14′

This blog post will focus only on Apple’s new Swift OS for Enterprise Apps. If you are looking for a Swift App Developer read up or contact me at InnoviMobile

Mobile App Expert recap:

  • At WWDC today (June 2nd, 2014) Apple introduced a new enterprise mobile app language called Swift
  • Encompasses LLVM compiler and Objective-C (the place nice together, has Cocoa touch features)
  • Swift App Developers can get all the info starting today from Apple. (details below)


Technical points on Apple’s Swift Enterprise Mobile Operating System:

  • Closures (similar to blocks in C and Objective-C) unified with function pointers
  • Tuples and multiple return values
  • Generics
  • Fast and concise iteration over a range or collection
  • Structs that support methods, extensions, protocols.
  • Functional programming patterns, e.g.: map and filter

Short Version: It will be fast for mobile app developers to code and compile. Apple is claiming 3.9x faster then old school Python.

Wanna get started? Either call me for a quote (646)588-0011 x102…or role up your sleeves as Apple is making all documentation available today or grab and iBook on iTunes

If Swift makes Objective – C easier we as a community are all for it. This could just be making iOS development more accessible for the masses, but only time will tell.


[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]http://m.c.lnkd.licdn.com/mpr/pub/image-0cDFQCHV7yLjC6_VuStdhnJvcYCXgoWJpcIWgpV5cw8pgDHx0cDWW0gVczv0Wov_jx4M/daniel-dimassa.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Daniel DiMassa is a mobile app expert with InnoviMobile and who’s twitter handle @TheDiMassa was named one of the top Influencers In Enterprise Mobility [/author_info] [/author]

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