At WWDC this week, Apple took a step forward in teaching people to code. Apple’s Swift Playgrounds app for iPad, which is due launch this fall, makes learning Swift simple and interesting.
Swift Playgrounds isn’t an Xcode clone for iPad; the app itself is a learning tool targeted for new comers into the world of Swift programming. It has exercises in sequence, where you learn and write code and get the result right next to it.
The best part here: Swift Playgrounds is child-friendly, too. Kids as well as adults can easily be used to with the app on prolong use. It also offers a new keyboard designed specifically for coding, making characters such as brackets and parentheses easily accessible.
Swift Playgrounds will launch on iOS this fall. For more information please refer to Apple’s dedicated Swift Playgrounds page.