This article by the folks at Apple explains how to work with JSON in Swift without the need for an external library or framework.
An article by Nick O'Neill that summarizes the most obvious changes in Swift 3.
In this article Pablo Villar writes about the new API naming guidelines of Swift 3.
Emil Loer writes about his experience migrating a 20K lines Swift project to version 3.
Swift 3.0 has finally been officially released and this post by Ted Kremenek lists all language changes.
Kronos is an NTP client library written in Swift. It supports sub-seconds precision and provides an stable monotonic clock that won't be affected by clock changes.
SwiftGen is a tool (written in Swift) to do code generation for your Swift project and version 3.0 has just been released.
Curious about what’s new in Swift 3? In this first part of a three-post series, Daniel Steinberg discusses Enums and Parameters.
Enhance your app / service with a photo editor. It's fully customizable and SDKs are available for iOS, Android and HTML5.