Apple has released a beta version of Swift Playgrounds 4, an app for teaching children and adults the Swift programming language, which was first introduced in 2016.
The new version of Swift Playgrounds was announced back at the June WWDC, and now Apple has invited some developers to participate in beta testing.
Despite signing a non-disclosure agreement, one of the developers shared screenshots and some details about the new version of Swift Playgrounds.
With the release of Swift Playgrounds 4, developers will be able to submit their projects developed with the software directly to the App Store, allowing them to create apps on the iPad without the need to use Xcode on the Mac.
Swift Playgrounds 4 also allows users to preview and see changes in real time as they type in code. Live editing also works when a developer shares a project with someone via iCloud Drive, so multiple people can work on the same project at the same time. Users can even test the app in full screen mode, explore SwiftUI controls, search all files in a project, use quick inline code suggestions, and easily switch between Swift Playgrounds and Xcode (or vice versa).
It is likely that Apple will release Swift Playgrounds 4 to everyone by the end of 2021.
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