Creating A WatchKit App Using Swift

Creating A WatchKit App Using Swift: Part Two

This is the second and final part of a post focused on creating an Apple Watch app. You can find the first part here. Part one goes over writing an iPhone weather app that uses the user’s current location to retrieve temperature from an online weather service. This second...
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Creating A WatchKit App Using Swift

Creating A WatchKit App Using Swift: Part One

WatchKit is the framework used by developers to create apps for the forthcoming Apple Watch. It was released alongside the Xcode 6.2 beta (which was at version 4 when this was written). Apple has done a great job of introducing WatchKit basics – even going so far as include...
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WordPress Security Vulnerability Discovered

WordPress Security Vulnerability Discovered

Anyone who works with computers in this day and age knows the importance of website security. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that you keep your website up to date with the latest security protocols to protect not only your website from attack, but to also ensure your...
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Getting the Most Out of git

Getting the Most Out of Git

One of the most important things you can do as a software developer is not only to use a source control system, but to use that system properly. We don’t advocate one technology over another here at Connect Think, we simply attempt to find the right tool for the job. Some of our...
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Revamping apps for iOS7

Would you buy an app you already own? New changes in iOS7 make it hard for developers to give away a new version. However, there is a way to stand out. Last week, Gizmodo posed an interesting question: Would you buy an app you already own if it was redesigned for iOS7? The...
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