During WWDC 2014 one of the enormous declarations is Apple's new programming dialect Swift. Quick is a dialect in view of Objective-C. Apple has dropped a ton of "things" with it's new dialect and is usable on both OSX and iOS.
With Swift engineers will have the capacity to see live changes when making modifications in their code. Engineers don't need to order their code each time they change something in their code to see the results.
Because Apple has dropped a ton of things by building a great deal of components into the dialect itself, there is an execution increment with applications that have been particularly outline for iOS 8 utilizing Swift.
Because a considerable measure of capacities are as of now incorporated with Swift, it will enable engineers to assemble application substantially snappier then when utilizing Objective-C.
Swift is accessible with Xcode 6. Dorcode will obviously bolster Swift. Designers are allowed to transfer their Swift source code to Dorcode. Get your duplicate of Xcode 6 and give Swift a try.