Swift Playground by Apple Teaches Kids to Code

by ParentCo. June 15, 2016

Apple today announced Swift Playgrounds for the iPad, a new project that aims to teach kids to code in Swift. When you first open it, Swift Playgrounds presents you with a number of basic coding… To make coding on the iPad a bit easier, Apple is using a special keyboard with a number of shortcuts and other features that will make it easier to enter code.
Source: Apple launches Swift Playgrounds for iPad to teach kids to code | TechCrunch


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