A summary of Apple's Swift language written on Playgrounds
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The Swift Summary Book

A summary of Apple's Swift language written on Playgrounds.

Why this summary?

Apple's documentation is great for learning Swift, but who's got the time to read all that? 😄

This summary cuts to the chase. It is directly written on the Playgrounds platform, which makes it very interactive. You can tinker around with it as much as you like!

Inside the Box

Once you've downloaded or cloned the repository and you open it with Xcode, you'll find most of the chapters from Apple's documentation, plus a Resources folder that contains extra material. The numbering in each chapter is consistent with Apple's. Chapters with a strikethrough have not been added to the book yet as being considered unimportant. More specifically, you'll find:

Chapters

  1. The Basics
  2. Basic Operators
  3. Strings and Characters
  4. Collection Types
  5. Control Flow
  6. Functions
  7. Closures
  8. Enumerations
  9. Classes & Structs
  10. Properties
  11. Methods
  12. Subscripts
  13. Inheritance
  14. Initialization
  15. Deinitialization
  16. ARC
  17. Optional Chaining
  18. Error Handling
  19. Type Casting
  20. Nested Types
  21. Extensions
  22. Protocols
  23. Generics
  24. Access Control

Resources

  • Higher Order Functions

How should I install this?

Getting started with The Swift Summary Book is a piece of 🎂:

  1. Just clone or download the repository.
  2. You need to have Xcode v8.0 or above. You can download it here.
  3. Open the .swift file with Xcode and voilà!

What are the features?

The Swift Summary Book takes advantage of the Playground platform and many of its powerful capabilities:

  • The book is made of a single file that contains all chapters inside, which allows for easy access.
  • Chapters use the Playground Markup Language, which brings rich documentation to the code examples.
  • Every chapter has Page Linking, which allows to go back and forth from one chapter to the next, previous or another that was mentioned with in the chapter.

Keep in mind

The Swift language is still under rapid development, which means that the documentation is changing all the time, and some sections might break at a given time.

You can help too!

  • Help me keep this summary 👍 by creating pull requests and issues!
  • Share this project and make sure you and others give it a ⭐

You can find me on

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Karmy 😎

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 Juan Antonio Karmy

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

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