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  • #257

    Up to Speed with watchOS

    In this episode, Dory finishes up implementing notifications for the Beer Button watch app. We learn how to configure and send timed notifications, and how to respond to those on the watch.

  • #256

    Up to Speed with watchOS

    In this episode Dory Glauberman covers how to set up notifications in your application on both the iPhone and Apple Watch using UNUserNotificationCenter. It highlights best practices for requesting notification authorization and demonstrates how to fire a sample notification for the Beer Button watch app.

  • #254

    Up to Speed with watchOS

    In this episode Conrad takes us through supporting the new dock feature in watchOS 3. If you want your watch app to be used, you should ensure it plays well with the dock by providing relevant UI snapshots that create a more seamless experience. The reward is that your app is treated like a first class citizen and kept running for longer!

  • #253

    Up to Speed with watchOS

    In this episode, Conrad Stoll takes us through the new APIs we have for accessing raw information from the digital crown on the Apple Watch. In previous versions of watchOS, we had to resort to using builtin controls (or silly hacks), but now we have the raw data so we have much more flexibility.

  • #252

    Up to Speed with watchOS

    In this episode, Conrad Stoll joins us once again to talk about how to use WCSession to pass data back & forth between our watchOS app and our iOS app. We'll use this power for the ultimate good, of course, by ordering a beer straight from our watch.

  • #202

    In this episode we are joined again by Conrad Stoll

  • #201

    In this episode Conrad Stoll joins us once again to extend the watchOS 2 app to include glance, indicating to us when our beer will be ready. He leverages a new timer class that allows you to accurately display a countdown (or count up) timer that runs completely on the watch.

  • #200

    In this episode we are joined by Conrad Stoll who shows us how to build a watchOS 2 app to order beer. Data is synchronized from an iOS app, and the digital crown is used to make selections.