THE SWIFT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE EBOOK

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Swift is a programming language for creating iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS apps. Swift adopts safe programming patterns and adds modern features to make programming easier, more flexible, and more fun. Swift’s clean slate, backed by the mature and much-loved Cocoa and Cocoa Touch. Swift is a fantastic way to write software, whether it's for phones, desktops, It's a safe, fast, and interactive programming language that combines the best in. The Swift Programming Language is the authoritative reference for Swift, offering a guided tour, a comprehensive guide, and a formal reference of the language.


The Swift Programming Language Ebook

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Swift is a new programming language for iOS and OS X apps that builds on the best of C Swift adopts safe programming patterns and adds modern features to. This tutorial walks you through the features of the Swift programming language while allowing you to leverage your existing programming knowledge to get. On the 7th of July, Apple released Xcode 6 beta 3, which contains among many other changes, an update to the Swift programming language.

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More filters. Sort order. Jun 08, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: Whenever a new programming language is introduced my reaction tends to be, "here we go again" However, in this case, I was somewhat excited. The book itself is well-written and very easy to follow.

The language itself looks quite expressive though two oversights seems to be access modifiers on class components like "private" and Whenever a new programming language is introduced my reaction tends to be, "here we go again" However, in this case, I was somewhat excited. The language itself looks quite expressive though two oversights seems to be access modifiers on class components like "private" and a lack of exceptions.

Hopefully both will be quickly rectified. The book itself just describes the language. The standard library or how one interfaces with Objective C and Cocoa aren't touched upon here.

Both are important but probably rightly belong in different documents. Definitely worth reading for anyone interested in Mac or iOS programming. Updates for the Swift 2 version of the book from June Apple has released beta versions of Swift 2 and my two main gripes along with a bunch of other additions have made improvements to the language.

Definitely a nice step forward! View all 4 comments. May 22, Jordan Bancino rated it it was amazing. This book was about, well, the Swift Programming Language. It explains conditionals, functions, error catching, property and class inheritance and mutations, and much much more.

My favorite part of the book was generic class functions, because it is a very smart implementation of Swift that allows for writing clean, effective code. I would recommend this book to people who This book was about, well, the Swift Programming Language. I would recommend this book to people who want to develop for the Apple API, which includes all major Apple software platforms. Just know, that this book is pages long, and will make you want to cry every time you read it.

Nov 21, David rated it really liked it. I enjoyed getting to know Swift. You'd get more out of this book if you already know how to program in other languages or worked with web frameworks.

For example, the automatic reference counting chapter at first read like a memory management chapter, and it can be a little confusing, but you do find similar foreign key I enjoyed getting to know Swift.

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For example, the automatic reference counting chapter at first read like a memory management chapter, and it can be a little confusing, but you do find similar foreign key behaviors in modern relational databases. You also will find the book easier to understand if you're familiar with MVC frameworks.

I'm excited to start building iOS apps. A good introduction into the language Swift. Nice examples, good explanations. But you should know at least one other modern programming language before reading this book, like e.

I miss a chapter on using the language in projects, though. The four stars are for the book, not the language Swift. Swift code is much better to read than Objective C for sure, so it is a large improvement for iOS programming. But a general programming language needs concurre A good introduction into the language Swift.

But a general programming language needs concurrency features nowadays to take advantage of multi core processors. Sep 17, Abdulrhman Eaita rated it liked it Shelves: Its a good reference guide for the swift programming language.

Good to be aware of the features available in the language. You should always refer to this book after you've found your answer on Stackoverflow. I also found its examples somewhat dry and impractical, and would have preferred more teaching-in-context, via Xcode projects.

The book also lacked practical explanations into key concepts where specific examples would have served well: Feb 26, Julio Biason rated it it was amazing. Let's skip the language itself for a moment and focus on the writing of the book.

The interesting bit is the first or-so pages. It starts with a very simple, very succinct explanation of the language, so if you any programming language, you can just start writing Swift code picking the pointers in those pages.

Then, the real content starts: It goes very deep, explaining every point in great detail, with expanding examples that start very simple at the start of the chapter and then go increasing Let's skip the language itself for a moment and focus on the writing of the book.

It goes very deep, explaining every point in great detail, with expanding examples that start very simple at the start of the chapter and then go increasingly going complex to explain each point.

Really interesting way to explain a language. Well-written and very easy to follow. Jul 07, superfunc rated it really liked it. Good, clear intro; a little dry. Nov 12, Dimitri Kurashvili rated it it was amazing.

Awesome introductory book.

Feb 03, Juris rated it it was amazing. If You want to learn Swift, this is the bets guide out there. Writing for Swift 2. Swift itself is an elegant, thoughtful and "safe" language. As an introduction book writing in , the book works best for both people new to programming or ones want to taste what it's like to be the most loved language on StackOverflow.

If you're in latter kind then the Guided Tour at the very beginning will let you "play" with the language in the attached Playground, a REPL environment also support Markdown document.

If you've just begun your programmi Writing for Swift 2. If you've just begun your programming path, then this could be the book with the most intrigue code examples. Not just some code with letters and number e. A, B, the book demonstrate with the real word problem where each feature of Swift fits at their best.

There's the saying that programming languages are the languages to solve problems, the only different is the approaching to get solution. Introducing some unique features like optionals, type based, protocol oriented programming Jun 05, Shea rated it liked it. As programming language references go, this one is fine. It does what it sets out to do-covers the language. That being said, I've always been a little disappointed in how Apple doesn't do a better job of guiding people through the design patterns required of their OS, or of familiarizing people with their frameworks and general app design.

Their intro-level web resources are too specific-build an app with them without thinking too hard about your design decisions, etc. Again, this book's goal is As programming language references go, this one is fine.

Again, this book's goal is not to teach that, but rather to cover the language. And there are a ton of resources aside from Apple on this. Jun 13, Marc Page rated it really liked it. The language itself is pretty terrific. So you spend more time writing actual business logic and less time worrying about all the edge cases that might cause your code to crash and burn. Furthermore, the language itself has done away with a lot of the syntactic verbosity in Objective-C, making it easier to write and easier to read.

You literally spend less time writing code to do the same amount of stuff as in Objective-C. Over the course of an entire project, the time savings absolutely add up!

According to Apple , Swift is up to 2. Notable ones include: generics, closures, tuples, multiple returns, iterators, built-in functional programming patterns, and more. To learn more about this, see our articles on high-level vs.

High-Level vs. What exactly are high level and low level programming languages? And what does it mean for learning to write code? Let's start with the definitions of each and go from there.

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There are numerous programming languages out there. They all have individual quirks, used for different things.

But what makes one programming language faster than another? Another example, better error handling means fewer crashes overall, and when it crashes, catastrophic scenarios are much rarer. Unpredictable behavior is minimized. But hey, it proved fruitful. As an open-source endeavor, Swift is in the hands of its community. Regular users can submit bug fixes and feature enhancements for the language, they can help port it to platforms beyond just Mac and iOS, and they can fork the language if it ever derails and loses its way.

Even if you aren't a programmer yourself, Apple's decision to open source Swift will impact you. Want to know why and how? You may know that certain things are open source, like Linux and Android, but do you know what it entails?

What is open Open source development is the future of software. It's great for users because open source software is usually available gratis and often safer to use. But what compels developers to contribute code for free?

TNW reported that the employee demand for Swift developers shot up by percent in based on data provided by Toptal. By the end of , Upwork reported that Swift was the second fastest-growing skill in the freelance job market. App development is one of the hottest programming careers right now 10 Computer Programming Jobs That Are In Demand Right Now 10 Computer Programming Jobs That Are In Demand Right Now Since landing a programming job can be tough in the current landscape, consider focusing on one of the following concentrations to improve your chances of success.

If you decide to pursue it professionally, see our articles on writing the perfect programming resume How to Write the Perfect Resume for a Programming Job How to Write the Perfect Resume for a Programming Job Here are five things to do and five things to avoid when putting together your resume for a programming job.

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Will your solutions be good enough? What if you choke? Apply these five tips. Apple is constantly working on new technologies and devices, and you can bet this language will be used in many of those applications.The changes do not affect Xcode 6.

Good, clear intro; a little dry.

My favorite part of the book was generic class functions, because it is a very smart implementation of Swift that allows for writing clean, effective code. Pick the level you are most confident in and start learning Swift today. The standard library or how one interfaces with Objective C and Cocoa aren't touched upon here. Not so great. But you should know at least one other modern programming language before reading this book, like e. Memory is managed automatically.