These days we have some programming language dualism when it comes to iOS development. For years, iOS apps were created using Objective-C. In the middle of 2014, Apple announced Swift – new programming language, and within two years, this young cub, became heavy-hitter and a real game changer. Before we determine if it is better to start learning iOS development with Swift or Objective-C, lets review how it started, what was the reason behind Swift genesis, and what is the current status? Continue reading
Sure, last year WWDC was all about Swift. That’s a given. After progressing to 2.0, becoming open source, and introducing protocol extensions and a new error handling API, Apple’s young child has grown into a heavy-hitter and deservedly captured the audience’s attention. But in the world of iOS development, good old Objective-C is still in the game, and WWDC 2015 brought a notable new feature. Without further ado, Ladies and Gentlemen, let me talk a little about Objective-C Generics.