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Developing Advanced Apple Watch Applications


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
Apple watches allow the wearer to integrate rich applications into their everyday life. Since Apple watches have become so popular, an in-depth knowledge of how to write Apple watch applications is an in-demand skill for application developers. In this course, you will learn to design and program applications for an Apple watch. You will also learn to use glances and notifications, and implement intermediate and advanced application features such as adding maps and pins.

Target Audience
This path is targeted toward existing iOS developers who wish to learn Apple watch development. A working knowledge of Xcode is essential.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.3

Lesson Objectives

Developing Advanced Apple Watch Applications

  • start the course
  • use glances and describe the glance life cycle
  • describe the different programming techniques that can be applied to a glance
  • describe glance entry points and work with controllers
  • add a glance to an Apple watch application
  • manage glances and glance settings
  • work with code to customize the behavior of a glance
  • describe how the iOS handles notifications
  • describe, use, and manage a short look interface
  • describe, use, and manage a long look interface
  • describe the ways to respond to notifications
  • work with code to customize the behavior of action buttons
  • create static and dynamic long-look interfaces
  • use controllers and storyboards to provide custom notifications to an app
  • work with notification categories within a custom interface
  • create static notifications within a custom interface
  • create runtime notifications within a custom interface
  • manage runtime notifications within a custom interface
  • configure custom segues in an app
  • create animation effects
  • use timers to perform timed operations
  • describe how data is stored and persisted in the iOS
  • identify the techniques to consume web services
  • use maps within an Apple watch application
  • recognize and use techniques to get the physical location of a watch
  • use pins and work with different GPS techniques
  • create an Apple watch application with custom glances and notifications
  • Course Number:
    sd_daaw_a02_it_enus