Objective C’s time in the limelight is coming to an end. As Apple slowly phases its legacy iOS and OS X coding language out in favor of Swift, developers are transitioning as well. A new web-based tool, ObjectiveC2Swift, will help you port your legacy code to Swift.
It’s a simple translator, but a handy one for those that are behind on transitioning to Swift. If your Objective C code will compile in Xcode, the tool should be able to translate it for you.
If you’ve got code that won’t compile, it also won’t translate with ObjectiveC2Swift. You won’t be using this to solve your Stack Overflow questions, unfortunately.
It’s already a fun little tool, and the creator, Alex Petuschak, mentioned in a Product Hunt comment that he planned to integrate the tool with Xcode in the future. I’m not sure how that might happen (CocoaPod?), but it’s a welcome tool all iOS and OS X developers should familiarize themselves with.