We all know the current trend in iOS development, with everyone excited about the Swift programming language and the new app written entirely in Swift. Swift is a modern programming language unlike Object-C, which is basically C with message transfer placed on top of it.
Now to the point. I see many posts and conversations that say, and speculate that Object-C is doomed, Swift is the future, Apple will not stop using it? What I don't understand is how things are going to happen considering the seamless way Object-C interfaces to third-party C, C ++ libraries. It's easy to call Object-C code from C. Consider working with C-code within Swift, and it's a nightmare. Not very elegant in that way. And how to call Swift features from C? The calling conventions are different and there is no official way, I guess.