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by Apple Inc.     developer.apple.com
Swift Version: unspecified
Lister is a list management app written in Swift that's built on top of iCloud and the powerful NSDocument and UIDocument architectures. In a single project you'll find both iOS and OS X targets, embedded frameworks, UI extensions, live rendering of custom views in Interface Builder, iOS and OS X Storyboards, Auto Layout, and more.

by Benny Davidovitz     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
On this video 1. How to import Objective-C source into your swift project 2. How to use the source you've imported Also we will see 3. How to create Swift class method 4. How to create shared-instance ( = singleton) in swift After you took a look on how to use xCode with swift you probably want to keep working with your existing Objective-C source code Here is how to use that.

by Neev Samar     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
This videos is just a quick dive in to the Swift programming language syntaxes.

by devxoul     github.com
Swift Version: unspecified
JLToast makes it easy to use Toast in iOS with very simple interface.

by Alexis Creuzot     medium.com
Swift Version: unspecified
Cocoapods is one of the main tools developers rely on when building an app for iOS or OSX. There is no official support for Swift projects, but you can still use it using the following method.

by pNre     github.com
Swift Version: unspecified
JavaScript inspired (lo-dash, underscore) set of Swift extensions for standard types, functions and classes.

by hallas     github.com
Swift Version: unspecified
This is a tiny framework that gives you nice a API for crafting an HTTP request.

by austinzheng     github.com
Swift Version: unspecified
A port of iOS-2048 to Apple's new Swift language. The game is present and working, but the score screen has not been implemented, nor have the (rather useless) button-based controls. Like the original Objective-C version, swift-2048 does not rely upon SpriteKit. See the description for iOS-2048 for more information.

by predic8     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
Nachdem ich von der neuen Programmiersprache Swift von Apple begeistert bin, möchte ich mal sehn, wie man mit Swift und XCode 6 für iOS Apps erstellen kann. Im kurzen Viedo seht Ihr, wie ich ein neues App Projekt für iOS erstelle, dem Storyboard zwei Controls hinzufüge, ein Outlet und eine Action mit dem View verbinde, die Action erstelle und dann die Anwendung ausführe.

by Brian Advent     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
In this tutorial you are going to learn how to use Swift for programming with TableViews, Delegates, Textfields, AlertControllers (AlertViews) and Closures (Blocks)

by Jeannot Muller     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
Short movie explaining how easy applications can be built with Swift. Simple graphical user interface concatenating 2 text fields and showing an NSAlert Popup box.

by Arled     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: unspecified
In this video we try out Xcode 6 Beta with the new Swift programming language. This video will show you where to find Xcode 6 Beta and how to start a new Swift Project.

by Ravishanker Kusuma     hayageek.com
Swift Version: unspecified
In iOS Swift Programming tutorial, I have covered how to create Swift Project with Xocde, and Swift language Basics . Below are the topics covered in this tutorial.

by Silviu Pop     www.weheartswift.com
Swift Version: unspecified
One of the great features of Swift is a clean new syntax for first class functions / closures that replaced the quite confusing block syntax. So hopefully we won’t need something like fuckingblocksyntax for Swift.

by Andrei Puni     www.weheartswift.com
Swift Version: unspecified
To create a new class use the class keyword followed by the class name and a pair of braces. Inside the braces we can declare the class properties.



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