We had an awesome event at if(we) on Saturday. It started bright and early after a full week of WWDC and AltConf.
We had a lot of fun with the first night having the Apple Watch in-hand. Ben Morrow built a little presentation set up and demoed the interactions on an actual device.
Hamza Sidd presented how to use Sketch, After Effects, and Xcode to craft the animation used in the Uber watch app.
Two members of the Instagram iOS team presented their app for the Apple Watch.
Details about the Apple Watch from the Spring Forward event including pricing, availability, apps, and demos.
Make mockups and prototypes with Photoshop and Sketch templates. Design Apple Watch app screens.
In this episode, we continue with the simple app. We present a modal with pages of images and text.
Mocking up a Watch app interface in Sketch and transforming them into a working WatchKit app with Xcode.
In this episode, we continue with the simple app. We add a map and set up a push segue to get to it.
We walk through building a simple "Hello World" app with Xcode. Then we run it in the iOS Simulator for Apple Watch.
An online session about what we know about Apple Watch and show off a few WatchKit demos.
How to use Xcode, Photoshop, and Numbers to build a WatchKit animation and calculate its frame rate.
As we come to a close for this year, I wanted to see if I could choose the dates for 2015 that would best fit the release schedule.
The WatchKit Hackathon took place on November 23, 2014. 33 teams presented apps for the Apple Watch the same week that WatchKit was released.
We had a fun event in Mountain View last night. Seb Hareng provided all kinds of tips and tricks for the App Store.
We had a fun event in Mountain View. We knew WatchKit was coming and so our goal was to provide a tour of what we as developers could be thinking about for building apps.
Apple released WatchKit today! Read all the details and what we can build with it here.
WatchKit is here and the Hackathon is this weekend. Here's what you need to design your dream app for the Apple Watch.
We had a great meetup event in San Francisco last night. We looked at a design case study of Tinder for the Apple Watch.
We had a fun event in San Francisco. This was live code event where we walked though Swift.