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Is Swift meant to replace Objective-C, or co-exist? [on hold]

I'm vaguely familiar with Swift, and I'm looking forward to learning more about it in the future. I've glanced over a few tutorials, but I haven't had the time to really sit down and dive into it. ...
9
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1answer
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Naming convention for iOS/OSX open-source projects

Not always but most of the time, you will find iOS or Mac OS X open-source projects with names starting with the initial letters of the author first and last names. If a project were to be authored by ...
73
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4answers
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How can Swift be so much faster than Objective-C in these comparisons?

Apple launched its new programming language Swift at WWDC14. In the presentation, they made some performance comparisons between Objective-C and Python. The following is a picture of one of their ...
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1answer
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Implement a file system for ios devices

I've read that ios apps can communicate via unique urls. An online tutorial on tutsplus says Communication between apps provides your application with an opportunity to take advantage of other ...
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Is objective-C++ being phased out? [closed]

Is apple phasing out support for objective-c++? Note the following: In the Objective-C language manual, there used to be a section on mixing objective-c and c++. That section is now missing. Links ...