This post was originally posted in https://blog.liip.ch/archive/2016/12/20/swift-alps-conference.html .
Last month my colleague Kilian and I were pleased to attend the Swift Alps Conference, an experimental conference about Swift taking place in the Swiss Alps. This conference had a different format from what one can expect from a typical software development conference. In this case the format was more focused in experimenting and collaborating with other attendees with the goal of learning something new.
With the new iPhone 7 Apple has released the iOS 10 operating system and with it comes Xcode 8 and a new version of the Swift language for the iOS developer community.
Swift 3.0 is an open source language that has been developed by the community together with Apple Engineers.
One of the great things about developing an open source language is that everybody can see the evolution of the language and inspect the code. In the official release notes there is a list of all the changes that have been implemented in the new Swift version.
New website released to promote the educational apps for kids.
List of educational apps for kids:
This app has more than 50 different types of animals and pets with multiple pictures of each animal with sounds and information about them.
Expose and teach your kids about the most important cities in the world. Your kid will love looking and exploring the different cities.
Fruits and Vegetables are eaten and seen around children every day. But how to recognize and learn them.
This app help your kids learn about Sports in English an easiest way with beautiful and clearly photos.
Here’s the list of the new Go Inspired programs for 2014:
If somebody needs any information about any of these programs can contact directly Go Inspired at www.goinspired.com/contact