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The other day, I was on when I stumbled across this book by Amit Chaudhary that compares the good and bad between using the Objective-C programming language vs. the up-and-coming Swift 5 programming languages.

This Kindle book covers the following topics:

This book has covered the latest version 5 of Swift and the latest version of Objective-C. Using Xcode 10.2.
•For beginners and for dummies, this book is a step-by-step guide to understanding object-oriented programming with Swift and with Objective-C.

•If you are an experienced developer who knows at least one modern programming language well, then this book is designed to teach you how to think and program in two major programming languages of Apple, Swift, and Objective-C.

•You can also use this book as a quick reference guide (like a cheat sheet) for both programming languages.

•Compared each topic with a simple and an illustrated example for each programming language. Do you know how to use playground feature of Swift for Objective-C language? Do you know what is stored, computed property and property observer in Objective-C? This book will answer your questions by comparing each topic of both programming languages of Apple.

I hope you find this book to be a useful and worthy addition to your library. I’ve had a great time writing it. Hopefully you’ll have a great time reading and learning two major programming languages of Apple. I will keep updating this book to make it much simpler and more productive. Thank you for purchasing a copy!
-Amit Chaudhary, 25th March 2019

Chapters Covered in this book:

4.Data Types
6.String and Characters
7.Control Flow
8.Collection Types (Arrays, Sets, and Dictionaries)
10.Closures/ Blocks
19.De-Initializers/ Deallocation
21.Extensions/ Categories
22.Automatic Reference Count
23.Type Casting/ Type Checking
24.Error Handling

For more information and for purchasing instructions, click here.