An extensive listing of books, courses, example code libraries, coding environments, and more to help you get going in Swift 3.
I’m heartbroken that AppleScript is going, and grieving at the departure of Sal Soghoian, but I’m looking forward to getting to grips with the scripting tools of the future.
We need a bridge between Swift Playgrounds, Raspberry Pi, and other educational environments, and full-blown SDKs. That includes RAD tools and the likes of Console.
Swift Playgrounds brings programming to the iPad. But for whom – the student, improver, or developer?
macOS Sierra it is then – but why did Apple choose those names?
Playgrounds help you interactively develop code, and code generators write the code for you. Here’s a selection of the best.
Which of the GUI programming environments can produce a standalone app with a simple alert interface?
Which of the friendly IDEs supports the creation of apps with ‘proper’ interfaces?
A personal selection of some excellent and fascinating programming environments for OS X.
There are times when the computer industry seems to be scripted straight out of David Lynch’s movie, Mulholland Drive.