Apple TV is finally here! Now all it needs are some apps. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to learn how to create a traditional (native) tvOS app. The sharks are hungry, and this session will help get your hook in the water.
The Apple Watch – ‘nuf said! Learn how to adapt an iOS app with Watch-appropriate layout and UI controls, to create a Watch app you’ll be proud to show of. Warning: both versions of the sample app have been proven by user testing to be highly addictive. ;]
Have your users ever complained that your app is too slow or crashes all the time? Have you spent hours trying to track down a bug? In this session, you will learn how to use Xcode Instruments to perform analysis and diagnostics to pinpoint exactly where in your code the problem occurs. By incorporating Instruments into your development cycle, you will become a better developer.
Want to increase your app’s exposure and enhance the user’s experience at the same time? Then check out iOS 9’s new App Search APIs. App Search gives you the tools needed to index app content and make it searchable in Spotlight. Also, the look and functionality of Spotlight search results can be customized to better fit the content of the app.
In this session you’ll build your first stack view and learn the true power of easily constructing realistic layouts without Auto Layout constraints.
Time to start developing for iOS! In this session, you’ll build an app from scratch and learn to assemble your user interface with Storyboards and Auto Layout, display large datasets with Collection Views, and fetch images and JSON data from a server. These core skills will help no matter what path your iOS development takes!
Swift is Apple’s new programming language. Released in 2014 and open sourced in 2015, it is the new hotness that everyone in the iOS and Mac programming world is talking about. In this session, you’ll take a tour of the language right from the basics. At the end you’ll be comfortable reading and writing Swift, and will be ready for the rest of the conference!
In this UIScrollView tutorial, you’ll learn how to zoom large images, how to keep content centered while zooming, how to page content, and how to use Auto Layout with UIScrollView.
Join Mic, Jake, and Marin as they discuss Marin’s 2015 conference marathon, and his pick of the bunch with his three favorite iOS conferences. The three hosts then move on to talk about community facing content, the motivation behind getting involved, and how there are many rewards, not just financial.
Learn about the difference between enums, structs, and classes in Swift, when to use each, and how they work!