Learn how to build HomeKit-enabled iOS apps that allow users to control devices in their home, like security systems, smart thermostats, and lighting.
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Tammy Coron. In this course, you'll learn how to develop HomeKit-enabled iOS apps. Before we begin, let's take a look at what this course covers. We'll start with the basics of HomeKit, covering everything from what it is to making apps that support it. From there, we'll go over the HomeKit database and how its delegation pattern works. Next, we'll move on to learning about the home layout. This includes setting up homes, rooms, and zones. Once we've covered that, we'll move on to locating and adding accessories and working with services and service groups.
We then take a look at actions, action sets, and triggers. Then managing users, Siri integration, and finally, interface and App Store guidelines. As you can see, this course is jam-packed with information. By the end, you should have a better understanding of HomeKit and how to make your own HomeKit-enabled apps.
- What is HomeKit?
- What's new in HomeKit?
- Using the HomeKit Accessory Simulator
- Defining a home layout
- Using the Home Manager
- Configuring homes, rooms, and zones
- Creating your first home
- Observing HomeKit database changes
- Configuring actions and action sets
- Working with triggers
- Integrating with Siri
- Building your first app with HomeKit integration
Skill Level Intermediate
Programming iOS 9 and GamePlayKitwith Tammy Coron1h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with HomeKit
2. Understanding Home Configuration
3. Creating Your First Home
Working with Accessories1m 53s
4. An In-Depth Look at the HomeKit Database
5. Services, Characteristics, and Service Groups
6. Managing the Home
7. Creating a HomeKit App
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