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Changes in the approach of Apple after the death of Steve Jobs are significant. Years ago, we would not expect the company to open source programming language, in GitHub. The only Apple product with open source was WebKit, the engine that drives the majority of modern browsers, including Chrome and Safari on all platforms.

As promised, Apple opened Swift programming language code before the end of 2015, and met the promise of support on Linux, not just OS X. We expect Swift to spread beyond the Apple ecosystem: practically nothing stopping its use in all platforms, including Windows if the programmers are sufficiently active to create the tools.

Apple believes that Swift will be one of the most important new languages ​​within the next 20 years. You can visit GitHub page of Swift here.

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