Now that the initial news about the release of ResearchKit has largely calmed down it's been interesting to see what kind of work is going on there. One of the key things people are adding is support for new task types. Vincent Tourraine goes into detail in this article on how to build one.
Now that we're starting to get real hardware installed on our wrists we're able to see how watch apps behave in the real world. Given the way that WatchKit works at the moment it's not surprising there is lag but is there anything we can do to help keep it minimal? David Smith takes a look.
Soroush Khanlou presents two great ways to handle that case where your table cell is getting out of hand and contains more logic than a UIView subclass should. As Soroush mentions, this can apply in other cases like collection views as well. Nice idea that still holds true to the MVC pattern.
Mike Swanson with a very comprehensive set of hints and tips on developing for the watch.