Mobile Language Rosetta Stone

I read through Apple’s new Swift language specification and decided the best way for me to learn a new language is to put it in context of some languages I already knew. Since Swift is to be used (exclusively?) fMobile Language Rosetta Stone Sampleor mobile application development on Apple devices, I thought it would be fitting to compare it against Java (Android) and Javascript (Hybrid mobile apps). The result is  three way comparison chart that ended up growing to 22 pages. Google Docs was having problems formatting all the tables, so I resorted to exporting it as an Open Office doc and completing it.

(Open Office Spreadsheet) MobileRosetta

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