Have a quick review of what was covered in our “What’s New in watchOS 2” video series and find out some next steps for learning more watchOS 2.
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Mic Pringle is a developer, editor, podcaster, and video tutorial maker. He's also Razeware's third full-time employee. When not knee-deep in Swift or stood in-front of his green screen, he enjoys spending time with his wife Lucy and their daughter Evie, as-well as attending the football matches of his beloved Fulham FC. You can find Mic on Twitter, GitHub, and Stack Overflow.
Learn how to access sensor data on the watch using HealthKit, one of the new frameworks available in watchOS 2.
Learn about the Watch Connectivity framework which provides two way communication between your iOS app and your Apple Watch app.
Learn how you can add time travel support to your custom complications in ClockKit.
Learn how to build custom watch face complications by using Apple’s brand new framework, ClockKit.
Learn how to use the method WKImageAnimatable to handle animations on watchOS 2.
Learn about WKInterfacePicker, a brand new interface object that provides programmatic access to the watch’s Digital Crown.
Find out what’s covered in our What’s New in watchOS 2 video tutorial series!
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In this article I share my initial impressions of the updated WatchKit SDK for watchOS 2, including architecture, connectivity, and custom complications.