Objective-C is a programming language that has been traditionally used for developing applications on Apple's platforms, including iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. It has been a primary language for Apple development before the introduction of Swift. Here are some key aspects and use cases of Objective-C:
While Swift has become the primary language for Apple platform development, Objective-C remains relevant due to the vast amount of existing Objective-C codebases and libraries. Understanding Objective-C can be beneficial for maintaining legacy applications, integrating with existing code, and leveraging the wealth of resources available in the Objective-C ecosystem.