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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #112

While Swift has been released to the public for almost 5 years, have you ever wondered how many apps
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #112
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While Swift has been released to the public for almost 5 years, have you ever wondered how many apps use Swift? Andrew Madsen has done some research on that.
I downloaded the top 110 free apps on the app store on January 15, 2019. I decrypted them, then wrote a script that does some simple analysis of their contents to determine whether or not they’re using Swift, and roughly how much of the app is written in Swift.
For non-game apps, 57% of them use Swift, while 43% are not. To learn more about the result, check out his article here.
Of course, don’t forget the large collection of great links we collected for you this week.
Talk soon,
Simon

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