Apple’s swift programming language was officially launched on the windows platform this week. Interested developers can download the toolkit from the open source project site. The swift team announced in a blog post on Tuesday that this will enable developers to build, run and debug swift code directly on the windows 10 platform. In addition, the toolkit includes all the key elements needed to build functional applications, such as compilers, standard libraries and core libraries. < / P > < p > through these core libraries, as well as the flexible interoperability of swift and C language, you and I can get pure swift development experience on windows, and make full use of existing library resources on Windows platform. < / P > < p > the swift team also created a basic calculator application (built with cmake) through visual studio 2019 to demonstrate the functionality of the toolkit. < / P > < p > as for the support work of swift package manager on Windows platform, it is still under development. However, some major developers have already started to try swift on windows, such as readdle. < / P > < p > as a long-term developer of IOS and mac software, it has been repairing the cross platform experience of its spark e-mail application since 2019, and has received the expected good feedback. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today