Developers are doing
great things with Swift.
Swift is a fast and efficient language that provides real-time feedback and can be seamlessly incorporated into existing Objective-C code. So developers are able to write safer, more reliable code, save time, and create even richer app experiences.
built using Swift.
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More and more developers are incorporating Swift code into their apps. And some are even building all-new apps entirely in Swift.
equals better apps.
Swift apps more than live up to the name. For instance, a common search algorithm completes much faster using Swift.
10,000 integers found in a graph
using depth-first search algorithm*
Educators are adding Swift
to their curriculum.
Developers aren’t the only ones who’ve noticed the potential of Swift. Universities and academic institutions are teaching Swift in their computer programming courses and offering free courses on iTunes U. Which means the transition from introductory coding to professional programming has never been easier.
Colleges and universities that are incorporating Swift into their courses
- Aberystwyth University
- Borough of Manhattan
- California Polytechnic State University
- Central Piedmont Community College
- Foothill College
- Full Sail University
- Houston Community College System
- Lawson State Community College
- Mesa Community College
- Northwest Kansas Technical College
- Plymouth University
- RMIT University
- Southern Methodist University
- Stanford University
- Technical University of Munich
- Tecnológico de Monterrey
- University of California, Santa Cruz
Swift is everywhere.
And now it’s open for everyone.
Swift is free and open source, and it’s available to a wide audience of developers, educators, and students under the Apache 2.0 open source license. We’re providing binaries for macOS and Linux that can compile code for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux. And to help Swift grow into an even more powerful language, we created a community where users can contribute directly to the Swift source code.
Get started with Swift.
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