Swift versus Objective C
iOS applications can be written in one of two languages: the classic Objective C or Apple's new and improved programming language, Swift. We know how to work with both.
When developing our own new apps we tend to favour the modern capabilities of Swift, which Apple developed specifically for programming within their systems. This modern language is designed to be general purpose and multi-paradigm while specifically integrating with Apple's Cocoa Touch Framework and Objective C to make programming iOS apps easy. We like getting to leverage the latest developments for the most power and flexibility when creating software.
However, Objective C is still a language in massive use. Until recently this was the language that everything for iOS was written in and many older apps are written in this language. Luckily we still remember how to use it. We can integrate older Objective C with newer Swift code to create a fully functioning app you would never know was written in two different programming languages or just stick to the tried and true original when maintaining an app.
Whether we're building a brand new app for you or you'd like us to update an existing application you have in hand; whether you want to work in Objective C or Swift; we have the skills and experience to help you get the best out of the iOS platform.