The Swift Programming Language (Swift 4.2 beta)
By Apple Inc.
- Release Date: 2015-06-09
- Genre: Programming
The Swift Programming Language (Swift 4.2 beta) Apple Inc. Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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User reviews about this book
By Kong sok
I love you
why is this called swift 4 when it says it was published in 2015 and swift 4 just came out in 2017.
Very explanatory, amazing book.
By Lewis Trident
Swift is amazing. It is some of the languages you must learn to be successful at app development. While searching tutorials on the internet, Apple kindly provided us with an iBook that we can read for free, and is amazing at the same time. This book teaches you all of the core language, and after learning, you will be able to get some development done with ease. I love this book personally, and I will keep on reading.
Why can’t I read it on my kindle! I have to stare at a screen to read it! There is no official way to read this either in paper or on an e-ink display. The content is superb. The language is great and open source. But iBooks and it’s restrictions make my cry. Why? I love swift. Love the books' contents but I realy realy hate iBooks. And you are shoving it down our throats. :(
Needs a better TOC
Unfortunate that the TOC only lists the top level topics, for example "Collection Types", and that's it. Once you go into that topic, you have to keep turning pages left and right to find the sub-topic you are looking for. Would be more helpful to include sub-topics in the TOC as well. So based on the above example, "Collection Types" would include sub-topics in the TOC for Arrays, Sets, Dictionaries, etc. It would be much easier (and faster) to find what you looking for.
This would also allow to have the bookmars feature work better. Currently if I bookmark three sub-topics, Arrays, Sets, and Dictionaries, this will result in three bookmarks each of them called "Collection Types", "Collection Types" and "Collection Types" - with the page number appended to each. Now how on earth is this helpful!?
So hard to read
Apple might wrote this book with passion but there are so many strange things and words without explanation. The author could have written this book much easily but didn’t. Well, at least there are no good books in public I will continue to read this book but it gives me stress everytime I read this book.
This book is corrupted
By Robert Cantoni
Doesn’t open in iBooks; instead, gives message that says the book is corrupted.
The ePub does not allow for exporting to non iOS devices. Somewhat ironic given Swift will be open source.
Swift is clearly a labor of love, attempting to solve some real problems and simultaneously expose a generation of programmers to some higher order functions. A great update to a growing language!
By Open sourced swift
I can't believe that swift will be open source and use commercially. I have been waiting this moment for year and almost in half.("thank you apple so much")💖💜💜💜