Get yourself trained on Apple Watch Programming with this Online Training Apple Watch Programming for iOS Developers – WatchOS 3 Apps.
Online Training Apple Watch Programming for iOS Developers – WatchOS 3 Apps
Thank you for checking out my course 🙂 “Apple Watch Programming for iOS Developers” will help you enter the exciting world of WatchKit. This course assumes you have some iOS programming experience and dives right into the specific tools you need to make WatchOS 3 apps.Topics we cover include:Tables in WatchKit (surprising different from TableViews)NotificationsComplications (have your app on the watch face!)Syncing Data Between Phone and WatchStandalone AppsTimersDesign Techniques Specific to Apple WatchIn this course, we’ll be creating complete apps that you can install on your very own watch or upload to the App Store. For each app we make you will receive completed source code so that you can always check your work against mine as a reference.What makes Nickthe right instructor?Ihave more than 10 iOS apps in the App Store which total over 300,000+ downloadsSince the watch launched, I had a watch app in the App StoreI’ve taught more than 23,000 other students in my conglomerate of highly rated iOS development Udemy coursesI have personality! I keep things interesting for ya :)I would love to have you in the course. Take a look at the promo video and see you inside!Additionally, Ihave made this coursedownloadable, so you can work through the class offline, making it asconvenientas possible for you! Most instructors won’t allow this, but I want you to be able to enjoy this course in whichever way is best for you:)
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