UIPreviewInteraction allows you to implement your own custom peek and pop style interactions. Get up to speed with this quick introduction.
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Explore the structured data model that Siri uses to parse natural language, and how you can interact with it to provide services.
In this tvOS tutorial, you’ll learn how to use TVML templates to make great looking user interfaces, and you’ll learn how to use a templating engine to populate pages (rather than hard-coded data).
Discover how to preload data for your table and collection views using the new data prefetching APIs.
Discover how to help Siri out with its side of the conversation by resolving and confirming the user’s instructions.
Swift 3 handles importing of C APIs like GCD and Core Graphics in a much smoother way. Discover the changes in this screencast!
See how Foundation is beginning to leverage Swift to create more expressive APIs.
OK – your Swift code works, but it’s still wrong! Discover how to create Swifty APIs and learn from the best in the form of Cocoa and CocoaTouch.
Quickfire update on all the changes in Swift 3 that will affect your everyday coding.
Learn how to add Siri functionality to your app, by creating a SiriKit extension.