SwiftUI Is Apple’s Flutter .Is Apple rolling its own cross platform framework? It has been a big year for Swift and SwiftUI starting with Apple’s announcements at WWDC, and culminating in the release this week of Swift 5.3.
Swift In the News.
It has been a big year for Swift and SwiftUI starting with Apple’s announcements at WWDC, and culminating in the release this week of Swift 5.3. Among the many interesting new features Swift.org announced that Swift is ”notably adding support for Windows and additional Linux distributions”.
Working at a company that is building apps for Apple’s platforms, Android, and Windows my interest was obviously piqued. What does Windows support really mean? And why no names on the Linux distros list?
Before I tell you what I think the answers to those questions are let’s take a brief look back at the history of any coder’s holy grail, Write Once, Run Anywhere.
Google has announced new flutter 1.20 stable with many improvements, and features, enabling flutter for Desktop and Web
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Swift is a fast and efficient general-purpose programming language that provides real-time feedback and can be seamlessly incorporated.