There’s a general consensus among many Mac and (mostly) iOS developers, that AppKit is “old and busted” and UIKit is “new and refined.
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Ever since the release of Swift and its protocol-oriented paradigms started to become popular, many iOS developers have started to reduce their use of subclassing in favor of composition, protocol extensions and other more "Swifty" techniques & solutions.
What if, instead of lowering source code down for the purpose of execution, we raised it for the purpose of understanding?