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An informative guide on new releases for Swift

When it comes to IOS app development, one of the most used and universal languages to create an amazing IOS application is Swift. This technology has revolutionized the process of iPhone mobile app development completely with its unique and amazing features. As a result of these features, developers are able to create unique and amazing IOS mobile applications.  However, Swift is an evolving language, so to take complete advantage of its features keeping an eye on its latest update is very important.


Recently, Apple has released a new update of Swift in the form of Swift 5.2. This new update is completely focused on improving the developer’s experience of creating IOS apps in it. There were a number of changes done to make it easier for developers to write unique applications and easily test and debug them as well. With this article, we will take a look into all of the improvisations done in the Swift along. But before we proceed onto that, let’s take a brief look into the history of Swift and its basic definitions.

What is Swift?

Swift is a general-purpose language that is basically developed for creating applications software that would run on IOS devices. It was developed by Apple inc. Further, Swift is also capable of working with Apple Cocoa and Objective C. The main purpose behind the creation of Swift was to enable developers in creating feature-rich IOS applications easily. Swift has simpler syntax and an easier learning curve then Objective C, which makes it a perfect alternative for IOS developers to adapt to.


Major improvisations in Swift 5.2

To evolve the developer’s experience and empower them to create amazing IOS Softwares Swift 5.2 comes with major changes regarding the developer’s experience. By adapting to these changes, the developers can improve their coding practices and performance exponentially and make their IOS app development process more efficient. Below is the list of major changes that IOS app development companies could take advantages of while working with latest version of Swift:

  1. Improved compiler diagnostics: Debugging is an unavoidable aspect of the development process. And with better debugging, the development process becomes more efficient and faster. To facilitate this concept in Swift and empower developers in faster debugging, Apple has provided improved compiler diagnostic with the new release. This would enable the compilers to diagnose the errors better. For this purpose, in Swift 5.2 the compilers use breadcrumbs. These breadcrumbs follow every failure in the chain to figure out the exact location of error which makes debugging better. 
  2. Better Code Completions: There are a few improvements in the Code completion aspect as well to enable developers in improvising their speeds. Firstly, with newly released Swift 5.2 there is no more type checking, which increases the developer’s speed exponentially. Further, Swift 5.2 also gives name completion suggestions to the developers along with easy read types, which makes the whole coding process easier and convenient for the IOS app developers.
  3. New enhancements in Swift Package Manager:  The new package manager that comes along with Swift 5.2 no longer solves dependencies that are being used in test targets, this gives a major boost to the performance. It also delivers an improvised quality of error information along with better complex package graphs performance.


Swift is the new face of IOS appl development. With its amazing features and consistent improvisation, it has empowered developers in creation unique IOS applications. Also, with its latest release, the IOS app development with Swift is much more efficient and faster, which makes it one of the best technology for IOS developers





Sr. iOS App Developer at The Brihaspati Infotech, a leading iOS app development company. I'm a keen learner and possess excellence in mobile technologies. Till date, I have contributed to many publications with my in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience.

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