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Matthew Wyskiel on optimizing system frameworks for Swift:
“Wouldn’t life be so much better if there was a wrapper for the Apple frameworks in Swift that takes advantage of some of the niceties of the language that annoy us the most in the interop-from-Objective-C transition, plus some extras.”
Sounds like a good initiative.
Jameson Quave is the author of LumaJSON:
“An extremely simple and light-weight Swift wrapper for Objective-C JSON parser.”
JSON is most certainly a preferred way to talk with remote services (IMHO), it’s always nice to see another tool supporting the protocol.