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jessicaherron9

jessicaherron9

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I think yes, Swift is modern, safe, more sophisticated than Objective-C, and enables high-level of interactivity for developing iOS Apps. Apple even characterized Swift as a “Objective-C without C” during WWDC 2014.
 
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