Notifications, navigation, fitness, and gaming are just some of the possibilities watchOS opens for on-the-go applications. Now in its fourth iteration, watchOS offers more than ever for developers to utilize mobility and motion.
Learn the key new features of watchOS 4.
Utilize watchOS notifications.
Integrate Core Motion and Core Location with your application.
Apple watchOS 4 App Development Essential Training with Steven Lipton
There are over 2 million iOS apps, but less than 1% work on the Apple Watch. Learn how to use your existing skills (along with Xcode 9 and watchOS 4) to create Apple Watch apps.
3h 10m • COURSE
watchOS App Development: Notifications (2017) with Steven Lipton
Explore how the iPhone and the Apple Watch interact for notifications, and learn how to make eye-catching notifications for the Apple Watch and create actions for those notifications.
57m 47s • COURSE
Using the HealthKit API to Build iOS and watchOS Applications with Sarah Olson
Discover how to get started with HealthKit to create a health, wellness, and activity app for iOS devices. Explore key concepts by tackling a HealthKit-enabled project.
1h 29m • COURSE
Advanced iOS App Development: Core Motion with Steven Lipton
Add motion detection and reporting to your iOS apps with Core Motion. Learn to push and pull motion data from the accelerometer, gyroscope, and other hardware.
2h 20m • COURSE
Advanced iOS App Development: MapKit & Core Location with Steven Lipton
Get advanced development techniques to add location awareness, directions, and interactive maps to your iOS applications, with the MapKit and Core Location frameworks.
3h 45m • COURSE
You'll learn watchOS 4 skills with these experts
Steve Lipton is the VP of special projects at Scientific Device Laboratory and a developer and teacher.
Steve has also been a tech support person, technical writer, and health inspector. He takes passion, knowledge, and creativity and turns them into designs and innovations that people love and buy. He makes cool stuff. Be it a medical device, book, or iOS app, Steve wants people all over the world to look at what he makes and find wonder and joy in using his creations. Check out his development work, books, and educational materials at MakeAppPie.com, or tune into his podcast, A Slice of App Pie.
Sarah Olson is an iOS developer for Trello at Atlassian.
She has over 18 years of development experience in a variety of technologies, including iOS, Android, Java, and WordPress development. As director of Women Who Code Twin Cities, she leads a variety of initiatives and events focused on creating a more inclusive tech culture. You can follow her on Twitter at @saraheolson.