Apple opens the new programming language to everyone
Do you want to make an app? B, now everything is easier. Apple has just made Swift open source, its programming language that allows you to create apps in an easy and immediate way.
Launched last year, Swift obviously dedicated to the creation of programs for iPhone, iPad and Mac but with the opening to free software it can now also be used on Linux to develop applications for each platform, also Android and Windows.
Open software available on Swift.org while source code found a home in GitHub. Among the available components we find Standard Library and Foundation Libraries, Swift Compiler, Debugger, Package Manager and REPL. And now there are no more excuses for not programming.