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Apple’s Swift programming language is now open source, and has its own website

December 3, 2015 - Uncategorized

Apple had until the end of the year to make good on making Swift open source, and now it has. The language, along with its compiler, libraries and debugger, are all open source. Swift has been released under the Apache 2.0 license, which means developers can use it as they like — even in commercial products. It supports iOS, OS X and Linux. To get started with Swift as an open source project, Apple has also launched a dedicated Website: There, developers can find everything they need to get started with Swift for their own projects, like technical documentation and…

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