WWDC 2015 Top Ten New Features

WWDC 2015: Top Ten New Features

WWDC 2015 Top Ten While the 2015 WWDC didn’t have the type of announcements that made general users excited, there was quite a bit that was annouced for developers that is cause for excitement. Throughout WWDC 2015, I was able to learn of Apple’s new features directly...
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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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WWDC 2014: New Developer Tools and Apple’s Swift Updates

Apple announced at WWDC new versions OS X and iOS along with new developer tools that have a Swift impact on the platform. It’s no surprise that Apple developers have continued to build on their past success. The beginning of Monday’s WWDC Keynote address in San Francisco’s...
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