Apple has today released a new version of its Swift Playground development tool, an app that's designed to help people learn how to build their own apps in a fun way.
Apple also says that the App Store and app economy has created over 160,000 jobs in the country, a number that is increasing by 10% every year.
Ohio State University is making its Swift Coding and App Development certificate program available to the public.
In a blog post on the Swift website, Swift standard librarian Nate Cook hopes the new algorithms will help developers quickly correct code.
Stanford University has announced that it will make its 'Developing Applications for iOS' course available online.
SwiftUI is a big deal for Apple and its developers right now. Josh Shaffer, engineering director with theUIKit and SwiftUI team spoke with John Sundell to discuss how it came about.
Swift Playgrounds for iPad is the latest of Apple's apps to be updated with new features for iPad OS 13.
Apple's Hour of Code lets children — and parents! — discover the joys, challenges, and limitless potential of programming.
Everyone Can Code is Apple's comprehensive curriculum for learning how to code on iOS and the Mac.
Apple has announced partnerships with several schools around the U.S. to bring its Everyone Can Code curricula to blind and deaf students.
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