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♪ Serenity Caldwell: Hey, I'm Serenity, and here are the highlights of day two at WWDC.
We met WidgetKit.
It helps you build personal, relevant, glanceable interactions.
Nahir Khan: Now the awesome thing about WidgetKit is that we can generate this entire configuration UI from your intent, completely automatically, with no additional work from you.
Serenity: So cool! Then we explored how you can design dynamic and responsive interfaces in your iPad apps.
Vince Lane: Its content can be organized into collapsible sections, and you can interact with it using fluid swipe gestures.
Serenity: And we learned even more ways to make your apps accessible.
Drew Haas: I'll give you a hint: it’s shapes.
Serenity: And we can't forget App Clips! James Savage: There's no magic.
An App Clip requires you to create a second application target in Xcode.
This App Clip target will then contain all the necessary code and assets to handle your App Clip experiences.
Serenity: And hand pose can help you control or interact with an app without touching the screen? Awesome! And here's what's up tomorrow.
Jonathan Hersch: We are thrilled to announce a brand new set of CarPlay templates.
Serenity: We'll learn how to get test results faster.
Oh, and there's a new Game Center experience.
Thanks for joining! Get some rest.
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