Swift version: 5.2
Here are my top ten tips to help you switch from coding Java on Android to coding Swift on iOS:
UIStackView. If you're looking for Fragments, use
UIViewController. If you're looking for Volley, use Alamofire. If you're looking for Java, you should head back to Android.
XCTestfor unit testing and UI testing. Downside: iOS has nothing like the Application Exerciser Monkey.
iOS is a really fun platform to code for, and Apple's devices have a huge amount of power available to you. Have fun!
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