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You have two choices: bake the language fully before release, or push out what you have and get the community involved.

I’d argue the second option is almost universally better.




Reasoning about effect aside, I walked away from an iOS project (personal) primarily because the language moved so fast it lot me.


Swift changed less between 3 and 4 than between 1.0 and 1.1.

The last two years or so have been fine for me.


I would say that a lot of people jumped on board with Swift before it should really have been used so widely. Objective C was - and still is! - a totally acceptable way to build an app for iOS.


You could do it Objective-C.




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