“From our experience, Swift is easier to pick up than other languages, and if you come from another language you will certainly find it very familiar. Once you get into the iOS or OS X frameworks, the building blocks of any app, you will notice they are identical in functionality, they just differ in their syntax,” Allen writes. “If you’re coming from Objective-C to Swift, you should feel right at home.”
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