In this blog post, I'll show you to add the Gesture Recognition Toolkit to an iPhone app. Created by Nick GIllian while he was a post-doc at MIT, the GRT is a "cross-platform, open-source, C++ machine learning library designed for real-time gesture recognition". I had known from this issue on GitHub that the GRT has been used in iOS development. I was only able to find one example of this in action, which this guide is partially based upon.Read More
Since Swift was open-sourced, there have been many pull-requests on the project. Many of these have been grammatical or spelling fixes. Unfortunately, both on Twitter and on GitHub, there have been snide comments regarding these pull requests as being insubstantial.
Chris Lattner, the Swift project architect, thinks otherwise:Read More