In this WatchKit tutorial you will learn how to use segues so that your user can navigate between interfaces.
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In this WatchKit tutorial you’ll learn how to make your code interact with the interface by using actions and outlets.
In this part of our WatchKit video tutorial series, learn how to set up the user interface and change layout sizing to optimize your app’s appearance.
In this part of our WatchKit video tutorial series, learn how to add and position UI Controls into your Apple Watch apps.
Learn how to make apps for the Apple Watch in this WatchKit video tutorial series!
Learn how to share settings data between your app and your photo extension.
Learn how to make your first app for the Apple Watch in this WatchKit tutorial!
Learn more about starting up photo extensions and how to load adjustment data so that when a user re-edits their photo all prior edits are there.
Learn how to save adjustment data for your photo extension app.
Learn the basics of photo extensions so you can let users make custom edits from inside the iOS Photo App without launching a separate app.