2 thoughts on “Swift support in native modules

  1. Same here. Especially considering the fact that in case some not-yet-implemented native functionality is needed, it would be much easier for a JS developer to learn Swift than Objective-C (which at least at the first glance looks like a mess)

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1 thought on “Swift support in native modules

  1. Same here. Especially considering the fact that in case some not-yet-implemented native functionality is needed, it would be much easier for a JS developer to learn Swift than Objective-C (which at least at the first glance looks like a mess)

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