The last article was written around September 2015 and a lot has happened in the world of Swift since then including my world (both of which are for another time/article). However in the last couple of months I have been interviewing developers to work with us and the interesting fact that emerges from the technical […]
This is work in progress and there are somethings that Swift cannot do where as Lua excels with them. Since everything in a Lua table is a reference or a pointer, you can recursively add table to refer to subtables. You could also store functions in the tables and invoke them based on the key. […]
Talking to a couple of developers over various mediums about Swift has had mixed results. However one thing that came up again and again was that it is a little confusing. While confusing in the literal sense would not be the correct word. So let me elaborate the issue first.
If you have worked with C++, you might be well aware of the cout function, it is one of the most commonly used functions with C++. That is simply because you can just use it so
cout << "Hello World"
and it prints Hello World to the console. Well, using the println("Hello World") is not difficult either, but…