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Then, Apple introduced blocks, giving developers a way to pass around functions as variables, using them in callbacks for a more functional approach to APIs But, it was still Objective-C. When Swift was first announced, it was clear that this new language was going to become the dominant development paradigm for Apple. This means that means it's the language for iOS and Mac developers all over the world.
Swift is a friendly, modern, and very fast language. It's got all the perks of a native language, in addition to the perks of a scripting language. You can mix and match Objective-C with Swift as needed. All new projects using Swift can leverage all the existing iOS code without skipping a beat. Since the language is much more enjoyable to use, and it's fully interoperable with Objective-C, there's simply no reason it shouldn't become every developers language.
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Animation Paul Hegarty continues his coverage of Animation. View Controller Lifecycle and Scroll View Paul Hegarty delves into the view controller lifecycle — keeping track of what's happening in your Controller as it goes through its lifetime — and then demonstrates putting print s into the multiple-MVC version of Concentration.
He then covers scroll view. Multithreading and Autolayout Paul Hegarty covers multithreading and then demonstrates with a multithreaded Cassini.
He then introduces autolayout. Drag and Drop, Table View, and Collection View Paul Hegarty lectures about drag and drop — transferring information around within and between apps — and demonstrates applying it in a demonstration of EmojiArt. He then covers editable text input control with UITextField.
He then introduces persistence.
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