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Will it teach me Swift? I've done my best to make sure this book is accessible to everyone: if you're just starting out I'll make sure and explain every concept, but if you're coming from iOS there are dozens of tips to help you transfer your existing skills to macOS. Hacking with macOS comes with the same packed Swift introduction you get with Hacking with Swift, but after that it turns to focus on the powerful platform features that lie at the core of macOS.
I'm working hard to cover as much of AppKit as possible, to help give you the best jump start possible for your own apps. I already make iOS apps — is macOS so different?
This means coming to macOS from iOS already gives you a head start because many concepts will be familiar to you — delegation, KVO, notifications, and closures for example all work the same.
But when it comes to user interface, macOS and iOS are worlds apart. The very nature of macOS is that it works in a multi-window environment where users can resizing apps or dock them as needed — your apps need to learn to existing alongside others, and integrate fully with the rest of the system.
I make a point of highlight everywhere macOS and iOS come together so you can transfer your skills faster. This means you don't need to learn many things from scratch, and can instead focus on the parts that are different.