When Apple unveiled iPadOS 15 earlier this year at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, there were a variety of new features announced. That included a pretty big update for support for Apple's Swift Playgrounds app. Being able to build apps right from the company's tablet lineup was good news at the time.
Swift is one of the most popular development languages out there, thanks in part to the fact that iOS is one of the most popular platforms out there in the wild. In an effort to make sure that developers, and those interested in becoming developers or simply just learning a new trade, some educators are turning to development courses in Apple's dev language.
iPadOS 15 is on the way. Apple showcased the new software at this year's WWDC. This year was all about cross-platform feature parity, but that's usually the case with iPadOS and iOS anyway. That's certainly the case this year.
Apple today expanded its existing coding resources for teachers and educators with a newly launched Develop in Swift online course and Everyone Can Code curricula.
In a brand-new update for the Sileo package manager Sunday evening, the Sileo Team incorporated support for built-in editorials so that avid jailbreakers who are interested in reading about jailbreak-centric news can now do so in addition to installing their favorite packages.
According to the official Tweet shared just minutes ago via the Sileo Team Twitter page, the team notes that editorials will appear for users under the ‘New’ tab in the app, integrating with an existing list of newly released packages and package updates:
Apple wants to help you "learn coding the fun way", and to do that it has Swift Playgrounds.
Just minutes after Pwn20wnd released the most substantial stability and reliability update ever for the unc0ver jailbreak, the Sileo Team teased what appears to be an upcoming update for the Sileo package manager with a drop-dead gorgeous dark mode user interface that appears to be heavily inspired by Apple’s upcoming iOS 13 software update.
The Sileo Team shared the images above via the official @GetSileo Twitter page just minutes ago, adding that it would be ‘coming soon:’
The Sileo Team released an updated version of the Sileo package manager late Tuesday evening with a plethora of improvements, officially bringing the Chimera and Electra jailbreak-centric package manager to version 1.4.0 in the process.
The Sileo Team announced the update via the official @GetSileo Twitter page, and from what we can gather, this is a particularly ‘big’ update for users and repositories alike:
The Sileo Team released another update for the Sileo package manager over the weekend, continuing the team’s ongoing efforts to migrate the app’s backbone from Objective-C to Apple’s Swift programming language.
The update was announced late Sunday evening, and as it would seem, Sileo v 1.1.5 brings Swift support to native package depictions and to the app’s integrated Featured tab:
The Sileo Team has been somewhat busy this past week, cranking out regular updates for the Sileo package manager, which handles add-on and extension installations by default on jailbreaks created by the Electra Team, including Chimera and Electra.
As it would seem, this weekend is no different. The Sileo Team announced the release of Sileo version 1.1.4 early Saturday morning via Twitter:
If you’re using either the iOS 11-based Electra jailbreak or the iOS 12-based Chimera jailbreak, each published by the Electra Team, then you just might have some exciting news ahead.
The Sileo Team announced just this morning that an upcoming slew of updates to the Sileo package manager will migrate the app from an Objective-C backbone to Apple’s Swift programming language instead:
Craig Federighi is Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, and he had plenty of time on stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote to talk about a lot of the new things Apple is launching this year. But now that the keynote is wrapped up, Federighi is making the rounds, discussing those features, and offering up a few more tidbits of information along the way.