Overall Satisfaction with Swiftify
Swiftify is used in the development department to create new iOS apps for our company. At this moment, our developers have knowledge about Objective-C and not Swift. Apple just released the new version of the Swift language, Swift 5, and our team needed to convert the actual code they're developing to this new language. Converting an entire Xcode project from Objective-C to Swift is really complicated, but with Swiftify everything changed.
- Put in your Objective-C code, select the version of Swift language to convert, click convert. That's all!
- Swiftify is now creating a platform to convert Objective C to #C, something that can help for different development projects platforms.
- Swiftify offers a few free converts to try to show you the power of it. Their price for a subscription plan is really good for big projects.
- New conversion languages, like Python or C++ would be great.
- Some more free tries would help to know how important/helpful it would be for iOS projects.
- Time saved is the best part of it. Last year, we lost a lot of time finding conversions from our actual Objective-C code. Now it's just two clicks and everything works.
- We are going to release our app as soon as possible, and without Swiftify this will not be possible. Seriously, this platform is necessary.
I don't have any problems with the platform. I like that their email responses are fast.
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Apple releases iOS system versions every year, and it is necessary to check all the code of a developer app to change, correct or edit some deprecated code or new things. This is where Swiftify comes in to help convert from different versions of Swift, not only Objective-C. You can choose to convert a past version of Swift to a new one. You save a lot of time using Swiftify.