Silver Allows Developers to Use Swift to Create Android and Windows Phone Apps

Silver Allows Developers to Use Swift to Create Android and Windows Phone Apps

Software development tools maker RemObjects has come up with a tool to allow developers to use Apple’s new Swift coding language to develop apps for the Android and Windows Phone platforms.



Previously, the company did something similar for C# and now the company is tackling Swift. Silver allows app makers to write in the Swift language (which is still in its infancy, really) but code against the API’s and frameworks of non-Apple platforms.

The software doesn’t port over Cocoa Touch instructions over to Android, so developers will have to do some extra work there, but it will allow developers to use one language to write for all of the major mobile platforms.

The RemObjects team has reportedly made Silver work with .NET too, so Windows Phone apps could be written in Swift, while using the Visual Studio IDE Windows developers are already familiar with.

RemObjects says Silver will soon be available as a public preview, interested developers can sign up on the RemObjects website.

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