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RemObjects Elements lets you bring your Swift code to any of the major development platforms

RemObjects Software is one of the four wonderful companies that are helping me bring WWDC by Sundell to you, every day throughout this week — completely for free. Let’s find out more about them and what they can do for you as a Swift developer.

With server-side Swift increasingly maturing, and the introduction of frameworks like SwiftUI and Catalyst — we can now do more with our Swift code than ever before. We might start by running our app on iOS, then get that very same code running on the Mac, and then reuse our model layer on our server — leading to more consistency, and less code duplication.

But wouldn’t it be great if you could keep expanding the ways that you can use Swift beyond Apple’s platforms and Linux servers? How about running your Swift code on Android, on Windows, or on Microsoft’s vast .NET infrastructure?

The great news is that, with RemObjects Elements — you can! Elements is a platform-spanning development toolchain that lets you deploy your Swift code to any of the major platforms. It lets you easily share code between any platform, letting you get more out of your existing Swift development skills, and unlocks new ways to deploy your existing code.

Learn more about RemObjects Elements, and try it for free, right here — to see what it can do for you and your app. Using that link also helps support my work with both this site and Swift by Sundell.

Thanks so much to RemObjects Software for helping me make WWDC by Sundell possible.