Apple shifts from Objective C to Swift

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story imageApple announced a new programming language yesterday at its yearly developer conference. With improvements in speed and ease of development, the new language aims to replace Objective C, Apple's previous language of choice.

As usual, software development in the new language is limited to the company's XCode programming IDE available for no cost in OS X.

Re: Thank god. (Score: 0)

by billshooterofbul@pipedot.org on 2014-06-03 16:22 (#20J)

Objective C was cool with its late binding and everything, but it was not fast. I had an app that took advantage of the cooler parts of Objective C, only to have apple silently disable that feature without warning.

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