Most compilers nowadays have several options that reduce compilation time considerably. These options include incremental build, precompiled header files, and cached header files. By default, these options are turned off. If you find that compiling your applications takes a long time (which is likely if you’re using STL, for example), you can reduce it considerably by enabling one of these options. In Borland C++ Builder, for instance, you turn on the use precompiled headers option like this: under Project->Options
When it launched in 2008, the Apple App Store only had 500 apps available. By the first quarter of 2022, the store had about 2.18 million iOS-exclusive apps. Average monthly app releases for the platform reached 34,000 in the first half of 2022, indicating rapid growth in iOS app development.