Want to build an App but don’t know how to code?
Apple just announced that Swift Playgrounds, its iPad app designed to teach people how to code using its Swift Programming Language, is available in 5 new languages.
So far, Swift Playgrounds was available only in English. Now it’s also available in Japanese, German, Simplified Chinese, French, and Latin American Spanish.
Swift Playgrounds aims to teach coding in a fun way using a set of interactive puzzles and programming lessons, designed to teach the fundamentals of programming. Users can tap the left side of the screen to perform an action and immediately see its result as a fun animation, on the right. Users can also a virtual keyboard for advanced options.
In a press release, Apple CEO, Tim Cook said that with more than a million downloads to date, Swift Playgrounds has been a popular App among people of all ages who want to learn the basics of coding. Students and consumers find it easy & fun-filled to get started with Swift programming language, he added.