What you need to know
- Swift has announced Swift Algorithms.
- The announcement was made in a blog post on the Swift.org website.
- The algorithms should help developers fix code and improve app performance faster.
Announced on Twitter on Wednesday night, Swift, Apple's open-source programming language, is bringing new algorithm packages to developers. The announcement was made through the Swift Language account:
The new open source Swift Algorithms package was just released, and ready for the community to jump in!
To learn more about these new sequence and collection-focused algorithms, head to the https://t.co/5NNXraGyus blog:https://t.co/EsoUq1Q0pUThe new open source Swift Algorithms package was just released, and ready for the community to jump in!
To learn more about these new sequence and collection-focused algorithms, head to the https://t.co/5NNXraGyus blog:https://t.co/EsoUq1Q0pU— Swift Language (@SwiftLang) October 8, 2020October 8, 2020
In a blog post on the Swift website, Nate Cook, a member of the Swift standard library team at Apple, says that the team hopes developers will adopt the new algorithms to help assist in correcting their code.
Developers can check out Swift Algorithms on the Swift website.
Joe Wituschek is a Contributor at iMore. With over ten years in the technology industry, one of them being at Apple, Joe now covers the company for the website. In addition to covering breaking news, Joe also writes editorials and reviews for a range of products. He fell in love with Apple products when he got an iPod nano for Christmas almost twenty years ago. Despite being considered a "heavy" user, he has always preferred the consumer-focused products like the MacBook Air, iPad mini, and iPhone 13 mini. He will fight to the death to keep a mini iPhone in the lineup. In his free time, Joe enjoys video games, movies, photography, running, and basically everything outdoors.
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