Apple on Tuesday produced significant updates to Swift Playgrounds, its application built to educate programming newcomers how to compose software program using Apple’s Swift programming language.
Swift Playgrounds 4.1 is offered for cost-free for the iPad and Mac. Edition 4.1 now makes it possible for people to make macOS apps with SwiftUI, but the consumers need to be jogging Swift Playgrounds on a Mac operating macOS Monterey 12.4, which was launched on Monday. Right here are the launch notes with details on the new features.
• Build Mac applications with SwiftUI (needs macOS 12.4 or later)