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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics An Introduction to Swift Programming Working with Xcode 8

SWIFT 3.0 When would Swift 3.0 be available as a course for someone who is totally new.

When would Swift 3.0 be available as a course for someone who is totally new to programming. Thanks

3 Answers

The changes are not so big, you can still work around with it, but the biggest impact is on unary operators Here, take this link to the changes made in swift 3.0, it may help you: https://swift.org/blog/swift-3-0-released/

Garreth Greene
Garreth Greene
iOS Development Techdegree Student 1,574 Points

As a beginner, I've just completed the Swift 3.0 Basics as part of tech degree - Do you think it would it be better to wait for the rest of the course to be updated or should I continue with the rest in Swift 2.0 ? I'm really keen to keep learning :)

Good news! There is already a beginning course: Swift 3 Basics. More courses should be consecutively rolling out soon!

Thank you so much , just finished Swift 3 Basics!!! amazing class. I saw that the next video aren't ready yet. is there a way to subscribe in order to get a notification when the next class is online?


Not that I am aware of, though it does sound like a good feature, so I would recommend telling Treehouse:

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