Look at the topic of the article (right lower corner)!
It is enough to be afraid of there is a true point that joke
He he he … I would like to check this article tomorrow … #1stApril #AprilFool
loll you almost got me, nice april fool!
What? You’ve got to be kidding. I love Swift… It is not that I didn’t like Objective-C, but for me It has been a fantastic 2 years of discovering great way of doing things. Ok… I give you the option of doing in both languages, but don’t leave Swift. And I don’t use mustache… LOL…
There is more → Apple's Mac OS X Is Open Source Now - It's FOSS
Funny… But I actually decided at the beginning of the week to do this until Swift 3.0 and I can get a stable ABI.
I completely felt for it. You guys are great. Continue your good work, we completely appreciate you guys.
If this is a April Fools joke, The Joke is on the people still using Swift.
Please…post this again tomorrow. ;p
Signed: Happy for one day
Obj-C rulez !
I was hoping you would go back to AppleSoft BASIC. That was the bomb! Good times!
Well done. Not only was this funny it does highlight the minor inconviences of changing to a new language. I never thought it would be good to give up Swift but somedays I felt like it. Fortunately I could always go to raywenderlich.com and find a rewrite that explaned it all. Merci beaucoup. (another language I am working on)
I cannot believe that I actually believed and worried!!!
I was pi*****! I just bought two books that are in the mail on Swift. I just shouldn’t read the internets on today’s date.
I knew it was april 1st, But Reading this still gave me shivers up my spine
I used swift the day they released it at WWDC 2014 since i believed it was and still is better then Obj-C
Great joke lol
@rwenderlich is it really an April Fool? !!!
I was about to cry
for me this is a great news. I’m sorry for everybody who love this language, but found great tutorial and don’t understand for a code that continue to change in syntax, I regret a little.
however, if I can give you a hint for the future, if you want, in the place where is the code you can put a button to switch between Objective-C and swift. So both developers love to objective-c and those who like swift can benefit from the work of the Raywenderlich’s community.
what do you think about it?
Swift is great. Most ios dev jobs are still in objc though far as I can tell. Anyhow, how far can you really get as an iOS dev just knowing Swift? Nobody would take you seriously. It’s a bilingual platform and will be for years to come.
Good one. My first thought after reading the title: “That’s unfortunate. Now how do I cancel my subscription.” Swift is amazing.