I just pushed a major revision to Swift Documentation Markup and a minor revision to Playground Secrets and Power Tips. These should now be available in iBooks.
I extend feature discussion in the Markup book, added some material mentioned in Apple’s online markup documentation (but not well supported in Xcode), and since Dave Verwer promised playground coverage in last Friday’s iOS Dev Weekly, I introduced a section about that as well. I also added a little coverage about promising third party tools.
There’s about 30% new material, so it’s a substantial bump in content. I’m extending Markup’s initial sale discount on iTunes for another week due to the positive feedback.
Once again, let me express my gratitude to everyone who has been tweeting, posting, and otherwise helping to spread the word about both Markup and Playgrounds. If you’re a blogger with an audience that’s interested in these topics, please ping me by email for a promo code if you’d like to write up a review on your site.
Today, I also got a first look at the galley’s for the Swift Developer’s Cookbook. I’m really excited about this — January seems forever away from October.
I’m back to the writing trenches, for now.