Again, I couldn’t get my WWDC ticket this year. But it’s still an amazing week for me - watching the WWDC keynote, playing around all the new APIs, trying out the new Xcode 9. The introduction of ARKit and CoreML frameworks is huge.
Xcode 9 beta has been released and is available for download. It comes with a lot of new features and an improved source editor. One of the most anticipated features has finally been addressed in Xcode 9. You can now deploy and debug your app on a real iOS device without using USB cable but through Wi-Fi. 🎉
My tutorial team members are hard at work building demo projects and writing tutorials about the new frameworks. You’ll see more tutorials about the new APIs soon.
Stay tuned, and enjoy all the articles we collect for you this week.
Last year, Apple opened up Siri for developers by introducing a new framework called SiriKit. Developers can adopt SiriKit to enable their apps to interact with Siri. In this tutorial, Jayven will walk you through the SiriKit and how you can build an app that communicates with Siri.
For those who just start learning how to program, debugging is a frustrating process. In this article, you’ll learn how to let Xcode do the dirty work for you, by debugging with print(), breakpoints and exception handling.
It’s not just about the theory or syntax of Swift. This intermediate book (over 600 pages) will help you learn the new APIs introduced in iOS 8/9/10 in a practical way. It is regularly updated. The book is now updated for Xcode 8.3 and Swift 3.1