Apple has open sourced Swift, a modern programming language for iOS, OS X, watchOS and Linux.
Swift 3.0 is much faster and adds new features: protocol extensions, a new error handling model, mutability warnings, synthesized headers in Xcode, markdown in comments, Objective-C generics and nullability annotations, and more.
Get the full Swift development enviroment for OS X or Linux from GitHub. Windows support will be added later. If you just want to try Swift in the online playground, all you need is the web browser.
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Read the official Swift Programming Language Book (Swift 2.2) by Apple, containing a complete guide and a language reference, in one of five formats.
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