Swift programming language created by Apple, which runs the train. More and more people begin to use the language and it has broken all conceivable expectations, writes Cult of Mac.
The TIOBE index, which is intended to list different programming for popularity, Swift has gone from a 14th-place (last year) to 10th-place (this year). It is worth noting that other language in the top 10 is over two decades old.
It was in 2014 that Apple finally launched the Swift as a replacement to the old Objective-C.