Swift Programming Nuts and Bolts (Motu)
Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Swift is the new, modern programming language for developing applications for the iOS, OS X, and Apple Watch platforms. In this slim book, Keith Lee  tackles the questions:  What are the general features and purpose of Swift? Why you should use it? How do you quickly begin developing apps with it?  Covering Swift 2.0, he begins with an overview of Swift and its development tools before providing a general introduction to the programming language with plenty of examples that will enable you to quickly get started writing programs with Swift. 

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Author: Keith Lee

Publisher: Motu Presse Publications
Date: October 28, 2015
Pages: 176
ISBN: 978-0692552896
Print: 0692552898
Kindle: B01604F20C 

 

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