The Register reports that version 5.3 will cover Windows 10 and more Linux distributions in an effort to expand the number of platforms that support The Swift programming language. As an Object-Oriented (Objective-C) programming language pushed by Apple, the new version supports the October 2018 update and beyond the Windows 10 platform. However, because SwiftUI is closely related to Apple’s own operating system, it doesn’t help you build a graphical user interface for Windows or recompile it.
It is important to note that although the Swift compiler is currently running with the Windows Linux Subsystem (WSL 1.0), you experience a warning that rePL is not available at runtime.
Swift support on Windows and Linux will help develop server-side or non-visual code, such as project cases such as Tensorflow Machine Learning Modeling and Vapor.