Swift, the single, Apple-developed language which allows developers to create software for both iOS and OS X, is going open source.
Speaking on stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, Craig Federighi (SVP of Software Engineering) announced the move after unveiling Swift 2, the second iteration of the coding language.
Of course, this makes Swift even more accessible for the masses. We can’t wait to see what developers can put together with Swift 2. Be sure to check back with us for more information on this front in the coming months.
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