So as we knew before the conference, the native watch SDK is now available in beta. The good news is that it's not going to be a huge change to get your apps transferred across as the basic structure is the same, it just runs on the device now. But what else does it include? Read on to find out.
Brent Simmons on the ultimate developer question, how do I stop my app crashing? This 9 part series of posts covers lots of the common mistakes we make. I especially liked the last post in the series on having the right mindset to avoid code which is too clever. This is certainly something I constantly try to do myself and is great advice.
I almost missed this in amongst everything else announced this week. iOS 9 is going to be much stricter with HTTPS connections and while it's already the case that you should be using secure connections wherever possible, iOS 9 really pushes you down that road. It's also forcing connections that are using HTTPS, to be TLS 1.2 to avoid recent vulnerabilities. This is a great step in the right direction.