Just in case you were off in rural Bangladesh like us last week, the Apple WatchKit SDK is out:
And here’s a survey of some immediate reactions:
Pretty cool stuff, right?
… I am very pleasantly surprised by how capable it is … Rather than just saying we only get Glances and Notifications, we get to build actual, useful watch apps …
Overall, WatchKit offers far more than I expected in this initial release … From the new Apple Watch-specific controls, to glances, actionable notifications, deep linking with Handoff, image caching and more — as a developer, this is the kind of stuff that gets me excited!
David Smith put it best: there’s a lot more here than most of us expected…
How To Create A “Hello World” WatchKit App and WatchKit: Let’s Create a Table and WatchKit: Page-Based Navigation and WatchKit: Hierarchical Navigation and WatchKit: Accessing Data From Your iOS App and WatchKit: The First Glance at Glances and WatchKit: Let’s Add a Menu [and WatchKit: Customizing the Global Tint and …]
I can’t get enough of WatchKit. Sooooo much to learn!
iOS developers rejoice – WatchKit is finally here!
Well-nigh euphoric, you people!
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