WatchKit has been announced. We'll be among the first to put it through its paces.
Today Apple previewed new hardware for iPad, Mac mini, and iMac. But, here's the big news, as a surprise they also announced that WatchKit would be available in November.
Oscar Salazar spoke on how to make the UI for a Weather app for the Apple Watch in Sketch.
Steve Caldwell presented on how we as developers can make use of the sensors on the Apple Watch to build unique apps.
We had a good meetup event last Thursday at Hacker Dojo. Jonathan Stone taught us how to think creatively and build an app that people actually use.
We had a great event at Hacker Dojo on Tuesday. It was our biggest event yet! We graduated from beginners to intermediate developers with Swift syntax.
The world's first Apple Watch hackathon is about to happen.
The interface you would create for an Apple Watch app is very different than that of an iOS app.
Reactions to the Apple Watch announcement from Twitter
We had a splendid meetup in Mountain View last night for our iWatch group.
We had a good turnout to Hacker Dojo for 8th event from our iWatch meetup. These are the notes about what we discussed.
We had 9 attendees show up on a beautiful Mountain View evening to our Meetup event.
We worked through an introduction to new Swift language. We used Playgrounds in Xcode 6 to quickly test out our code.
iWatch will feature wearable news, tutorials for iOS and Swift, and showcase elegant app design.
We had 10 hackers come to our kickoff event at Hacker Dojo. We’re going to host events about every other week.