Transitioning to Swift

iOS community has enthusiastically accepted Swift as the successor to Objective-C. iOS developers feel excited when they get to implement a new app or a feature in Swift. The open-source community has been voraciously contributing to the ever growing collection of third-party libraries written in Swift. Apple has also made it clear that it will be investing heavily in the advancement of Swift. WWDC is right around the corner and I can’t wait to find out what new features we will get from Cupertino.

Because of all these reasons, you might have finally been able to convince your team to transition towards Swift. Here are some tips that might be helpful during the transition.


“A great team is composed of engineers who complement one another.” - Jocelyn Goldfein


 Deciding What to Implement in Swift

 Coding Guidelines


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