Apple’s WWDC keynote this morning laid out some welcome consumer-facing features coming to iOS and OS X. But the biggest announcements by far were the ones in which Apple delivered developers a wish list of items that nailed every major pain point in the ecosystem.
This afternoon, Apple expanded on its offerings for developers, and every developer I’ve spoken to this far has been ecstatic about the amount of issues Apple is fixing with this round of updates.
During its morning keynote, Apple introduced a new programming language called Swift. It promises to be a simpler, more focused language that helps people build apps in a more interactive fashion. A new feature called the Playground gives a live view of the effects that your code will have on your app in real time. The company also says that it’s updating the WWDC app on the App Store to a version built using Swift…
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