Welcome to the second edition of the String and Collection tutorial! Today, we will learn how to work with collection types in Swift. If you are an Objective-C programmer, you would know that there were several types of collections present in a traditional Objective-C:
In the second Quarter of this year Swiss Global Enterprise (former OSEC) published their quarterly release of “GO!”, a magazine that portrays Swiss companies overseas. In the Q2 Issue SELISE proudly marked the cover story of “Go!”. The magazine is issued in German and French, whereas we do herewith present an English translation of the article in this blog.
In order to jump into more complex topics we should first master the basics. Thus, today I will walk through sting and collection. In Swift, we have to tell the compiler the type of data we are dealing with. If we merely assign a value while creating a type, the Swift compiler is strong enough to understand it. Thus, there is no need to explicitly declare a type for each and every case.
Following the tradition, at WWDC, 2014 Apple has brought an innovation, this time in programming language arena. This all new programming language sensation – Swift, is creating a buzz among all iOS developers and also the code freaks. As an iOS developer myself, I looked deeply into the ebook published by Apple and swift web reference guide and got astonished to see the syntax! Its surprisingly similar to C# (from the beginning of my programming life, I am in love with C#).
SELISE rockin’ software, an innovative Swiss venture teams up with US Skateboarding Elites to build a unique App called FlipMob that combines high class algorithm design with latest MEMS hardware and brings it into the most hyped action sports of the past two decades: Skateboarding.
In 2011, an aspiring entrepreneur Julian Weber founded SELISE – immediately after finishing his studies when he was only 24. In the very first year, the company was already generating a positive cash flow.