Read all about Swift on Apple’s new engineering blog

Serenity Caldwell
14 July, 2014
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Developer, swift, ios, mac, macworld australiaApple developers around the world received a nice winter treat from the Cupertino company over the weekend in the form of a new Swift engineering blog, among other new resources and videos for programmers. In addition, Apple is dropping the paid requirement for downloading the Xcode 6 beta: You need only be a registered App Developer, rather than having to sign up for the $100/year Mac or iOS Developer programs.

According to the Swift blog’s first entry, it won’t just be a venue for the occasional PR update and language changes, either; Swift’s actual engineering team will be chiming in on the discussion, offering hints, tips, and tricks, along with news and updates. It’s yet another major communications shift from Apple this year – cracking the vaunted engineering vault open just a bit for the public to see inside.

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