New frameworks are emerging to give developers multiple tools to invent the future.
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As the dust settled following the WWDC introduction of Swift, Apple's new and future programming language, Mac and iOS developers had plenty to ponder. Many are coming around to Swift after voicing early concerns.
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At WWDC, Apple released the first version of Swift, the company's new development language. Developers are taking a look-see at Swift and offering some initial opinions.