So, when I know zero - I love to read a book. That good old analog thing, with some weight in the hand
Am aware tech books get dated fast, but still wondering if there maybe is a ‘swift bible’ out there, that explains design principles (and the latest releases then I get from blogs and online docs), maybe history and is a good read. I want to avoid technicalities on e.g. programming an iPad but am really interested in swift as a platform, architecture, design, compiler / runtime and so on.
Any opinions on this swift book ?
This has good reviews and readers mentioned it explains the architecture of swift a little, which sounds interesting. Problem might be its dated (2017),
So maybe rather O’Reilly (almost always a great choice for tech!):
If there are no great, up to date books, maybe (and in any case), there are some ‘authorative’ blogs on swift ? Anything readable, short of a (hands on) tutorial