A new subscription service to help deepen your knowledge of Swift
Every day 40,000 people visit Hacking with Swift to learn Swift, solve a problem with their code, or get advice for their iOS career, reading 5,000,000 pages over the course of an average month.
Serving the community I’m part of has always been important to me, which is why I try to give away as much free content as I can – free videos, free tutorials, free example code, free interview tests, and more, all to help people achieve their goals with Swift.
I want to continue this work as long as I can, and help as many people as I can, which means I need a solution to financially support my work for the long term.
Well, that solution is finally here: it’s called Hacking with Swift+, and it’s my first ever subscription option for Swift content. The first articles are already published, with each one having 4K Ultra HD video attached, and there are many more to come.
All articles posted there will come with video, so folks can read or watch depending on what they prefer, and three courses already have their first videos published: Advanced Swift, Custom SwiftUI Components, and High-Performance Apps – many more will come soon.
I still plan to release as much free content as I can, but I’m hoping this subscription option will create a firm foundation for Hacking with Swift for years to come. I’m working on so many exciting things right now, and I can’t wait to share them!
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Paul Hudson is the creator of Hacking with Swift, the most comprehensive series of Swift books in the world. He's also the editor of Swift Developer News, the maintainer of the Swift Knowledge Base, and a speaker at Swift events around the world. If you're curious you can learn more here.
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