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Craig Federighi goes in-depth on Catalyst, iPadOS, and Swift UI in new interview

[2019-06-06 19:16:44]

Apple’s SVP of software engineering, Craig Federighi, sat down with MacStories’ Federico Viticci at WWDC to take a deep dive into the new developer tools announced this week including Catalyst (formerly Marzipan), SwiftUI and its purpose, why it was the right time to introduce iPadOS, and much more. The post Craig Federighi goes in-depth on Catalyst, iPadOS, and Swift UI in new interview appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Craig Federighi goes in-depth on Catalyst, iPadOS, and Swift UI in new interview


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