One can easily observe that, Swift, since launching publicly at Apple’s WWDC in 2014, Swift has soared in popularity amongst programmers and has caught the attention of other major technology players in the process.
Google is now considering implementing Swift as a “first class” language for Android, while Facebook and Uber are exploring ways to make Swift more central to their operations.
Apple, IBM, Lyft, Firefox, LinkedIn and others have adopted Swift into their critical-projects. Swift is now available to the open source community. A new approach that accelerates its popularity.