Implementing a Bridging Header File (Objective-C playing nice with Swift) — lloydcode


Working with Swift is great, it prevents problems at runtime (hence the term “type-safe language”), code is generally more legible, and it forces you to deal with errors. Whether you like it or not, as a Swift Developer, you will eventually have to work with Objective-C. There are countless frameworks / Cocoapods still only available […]

via Implementing a Bridging Header File (Objective-C playing nice with Swift) — lloydcode

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