Swift – Immediately Invoked Closures

This makes the 3rd post I’ve done tonight. I know that doesn’t mean anything to most people, but I started off trying to write a post on immediately invoked closures, I got sidetracked. twice. Immediately Invoked Closures are also known in other languages as Immediately Invoked Functions or Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE). But honestly, what…

Swift – Basic Closure Syntax

I’ve already ranted about how Swift is not the one true gospel (over here), but let me reiterate. Swift has it’s problems. I don’t think it’s perfect. There are some things I like about it. One of the things that I love about it is lazy properties. A lazy property is one that will be…

A Swift Rant

I will not ask forgiveness for the pun that is the title to this post. I love wordplay, and puns. It’s humor for the intelligent. I’ve been playing with Apple’s new Swift language for quite some time now. And let me start off by saying, Swift is not perfect. Contrary to what Apple would like…