Only a day is left for the New Year. With the excitement level of celebration going up everywhere, there is an urge to know about the latest offerings. In the tech industry, there will be a metamorphosis. As a leading iOS swift development player, we have expertise in working with various iOS requirements. Swift being one of them gives the developers an easy option to use it as a language. Something which is simpler than Objective-C and reduces the hassle of writing more codes.
As we are all set to move towards 2017, iOS will enter a new stage of development. Swift 3.1 is all set to amaze the new age developers with its interesting features. With the availability of Xcode 8, this new language will facilitate the mobile app development process.
So, what are the major features, which will increase the development? Well, we present to you some of the most glaring features.
New C style
Earlier C style loop was mainly used for the increment and decrement operators. You cannot do anything with the ranges and flow statement. The for in flow control statement is probably with the programming background. With Swift 3.1, you do not need to do all of that. You can use each loop for closures as well as shorthand arguments. Once you remove the operators, the feature also goes in the best way.
Easy Var Remover
Normally you do not define functional parameters in the form of constraints. There is no need to modify them in the body. In Swift 3.1, you can use a parameter in the form of variable along with the keyword. It removes all the variables from the functional parameters. The value of the variables can be changed in the functions itself.
Label Behavior With Parameter
In Swift 3.1, you do not need to modify the label in the parameter. You can specify them in the second stage while standardizing the function. It is important to specifically mention the behavior. If you are doing it in Xcode 8, then change the standardized behavior. Appleoffers the first parameter while calling a function. On the other hand, you can also improve the function by migrating the code from Swift 2 to Swift 3.1.
Strings Don’t Work As Selectors
In order to work with Strings, import the UI kit first along with the frameworks. It is necessary to create the button and show it in the assistant editor playground. Now declare the button set up and define the button properties. Watch the highlighted code. The selector button is a kind of string. The code compilation will just set the ultimate way to display the background.
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