[prMac.com] Granada, Spain – InSili.co today is thrilled to introduce iSwift, version 2.0 of the first Objective-C to Swift converter for Mac. Developed exclusively for Mac OS X, and optimized for El Capitan, iSwift offers automatic as-you-type conversion of your Objective-C sources to Apple’s Swift language along with a full-featured Objective-C editor. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, iSwift is the best way to convert and translate your existing Objective-C files, Cocoa or iOS, to Swift on the fly, making Xcode project migration a lot easier.
iSwift, with its intuitive approach, can help minimize the time needed for converting old Objective-C projects to the new Swift language, or simply make learning Swift fun. “Every OSX or iOS developer has loads of code and libraries written in Objective-C and this is holding back lots of us from fully converting to Swift,” said InSili.co’s Chief Software Architect, Ioannis Zafeiropoulos, “and that’s why I decided to make this whole process a lot easier. By creating what Apple has obviously missed from its latest Xcode releases: a tool which helps to automatically convert Objective-C to Swift.”
* Easy-to-use, intuitive UI
* Batteries-included: You don’t need to install anything – It just works
* Ultra fast: Automatic as-you-type live conversion from Objective-C to Swift
* Drag’n’Drop: Drop your Objective-C source onto the App icon, import the file and have it instantly converted
* Advanced: Syntax Highlighting, Autocompletion, Live Syntax Checking & Error Reporting and Lots of Advanced editing options – powered by Peppermint
* Sophisticated: deep syntax recognition (including Objective-C 2.0)
* Valid Swift 2.0 and 2.1 code output
* OS X 10.7 (Lion) or later
* Intel 32/64-bit processor
* 18.7 MB available disk space
Pricing and Availability:
iSwift 2.0 is available for $13.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies – VAT, where applicable, not included) and is available worldwide through the iSwift website.iSwift 2.0
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