Monthly Archive: November 2014

Here is a quick video of an Watch app called Lister.  It is the sample app that is provided to developers by Apple. https://developer.apple.com/library/prerelease/ios/samplecode/Lister/Introduction/Intro.html

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WatchKit was made avaliable today by Apple.  I have had just a quick read but this is a key to categorizing the different types of interactions. Your Watch app contains your app’s full user interface. The user launches your app from the home screen and uses the app to view or manipulate data. A glance is an […]

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Every time I go to add an in-app purchase to one of my apps, I forget the pattern that was set up for my Product Id.  I like to use the reverse domain and the product name tagged on the end like Apple suggests.   A product identifier is a string used to uniquely identify […]

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I just noticed that in Xcode 6, you no longer have to disconnect your device to build an archive.  In the past I always forget to disconnect and it would drive me crazy.  I see that now, it does not matter if the device is connected or not.  Very nice.

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