452 Results for 'accessibility'

Accessibility on OS X WWDC 2014 Session 207
Accessibility on OS X. My name is Patti Hoa. I'm a software engineer on the OS X Accessibility team. Today my colleague Chris Dolan and I are extremely excited to tell you about this brand new API was have installed for you that's designed to make your life
Accessibility in iOS WWDC 2013 Session 202
Accessibility in iOS. My name is Sam White, I am one of the iOS Accessibility Engineers here at Apple. Today, I want to talk to you about developing great applications for everyone. And I want to show you how to do that by implementing a little bit of Accessibility in
iOS Accessibility WWDC 2015 Session 201
Accessibility on iOS, my name is Ian Fisch and I'm an engineer on the Accessibility team. So accessibility is really about making sure all users, regardless of abilities, have full access to all of our products and the great features you put in your apps, and that means we
Apple Watch Accessibility WWDC 2015 Session 204
Accessibility team. Welcome to Accessibility on the Watch. Before we get into that, let's talk a little bit about accessibility. As you know, there are many different kinds of users, and as you can imagine, these users have many different ways of interacting with the world. But for the
What's New in Accessibility WWDC 2016 Session 202
Accessibility Team here at Apple. And welcome to What's New in Accessibility. Today we're going to learn about some cool new assistive features in our operating systems and learn about what you need to know to make sure your apps are usable by everyone. So let's get
Accessibility on iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 122
Accessibility on iPhone OS. We're going to learn how to make an app useable by everyone. My name is Chris Fleizach. I'm on the iPhone Accessibility and VoiceOver team. So when I talk about accessibility, what do I mean? I think about accessibility as using technology to overcome
Preparing and Presenting Media for Accessibility WWDC 2013 Session 608
Accessibility. Welcome. We think that you're here because you are a content provider involved in the production of content and you're ready to make your content more useful, more accessible to more users in more situations, or you're an app developer and you also want to make
Auditing Your Apps for Accessibility WWDC 2016 Session 407
Accessibility Team. And I'm here today with my colleague Patti. And we're really excited to introduce to you a new tool that will make it easier than ever for you to find, diagnose and fix accessibility issues in your apps. So, some of you may be new to
Accessibility in OS X WWDC 2013 Session 200
accessibility on OS X. I'm really excited to be able to have the opportunity to speak to you this morning about some of the great new accessibility features in OS X Mavericks. Here at Apple, we care very deeply about accessibility and we work really hard to deliver a
A Practical Guide to the App Sandbox WWDC 2013 Session 710
accessing the information they actually need to get their work done and not having unrestricted access to your whole computer. I have an example that I, that I like. This is a beautiful new application updated for Mavericks. It's called Watch Grass Grow. I spent a lot of time
Accessibility on iOS WWDC 2014 Session 210
Accessibility Team here at Apple. Today, I'll be sharing with you about accessibility on iOS, and how you can develop your apps to be used by everyone. Our talk today is going to be in two parts. First, I'll give an introduction to accessibility. I'll talk about
Accessibility for iOS WWDC 2012 Session 210
Accessibility Team. Today, I want to talk about how do you take you app to the next level in terms of accessibility. I'm going to be saying the word accessibility a lot in this presentation. What do I mean when I say this word? It can have a lot
Disability and Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Accessible Design WWDC 2016 Session 104
accessibility and inclusion advocate, teaching organizations and individuals to design with accessibility in mind. I'm deaf-blind. Deaf-blindness encompasses a wide spectrum of vision and hearing loss. I have a little bit of hearing, and a little bit of vision. I see maybe about 1% of what the
Improving the Accessibility and Usability of Complex Web Applications WWDC 2014 Session 516
Accessibility and Usability of Complex Web Applications." So my teammates and I have been hard at work improving the accessibility of iWork for iCloud, which is a sophisticated suite of web applications designed to allow you to create and edit your Pages documents, your Numbers spreadsheets, and your Keynote presentations
Usable by Everybody: Design Principles for Accessibility on Mac OS X WWDC 2010 Session 100
accessible technologies that Apple has built into a number of our products, and these help highlight how accessible technologies also make products better. These universal design features are making the operating system and our portable products better for everyone. And last, I want to talk about how you the developers
Building a Document-based App WWDC 2014 Session 234
access and modify their documents on their Windows devices. Third, we've added an iCloud folder into Finder. Now your users can add whatever documents they want into their iCloud folder in Finder and organize them however they see fit. Fourth, we've added access to this iCloud folder from
Optimizing On-Demand Resources WWDC 2016 Session 221
access to your on-demand resources. It's created with a tag or a set of tags, and it has some other options for managing it. You use it to begin and end accessing to those resources. Begin accessing is what triggers a download if necessary, and end accessing is
UI Testing in Xcode WWDC 2015 Session 406
Accessibility. Accessibility is the technology on our platforms, that gives disabled people the same great experience on our devices and with our applications that all other users receive. To make Accessibility work, it offers a rich set of semantic data about the UI that technologies like Voice Over can use
Keychain and Authentication with Touch ID WWDC 2014 Session 711
access control. Now, what this does is it allows your application access to its portion of the Keychain, while preventing other applications access to the same secrets. Now, I'd like to take a moment and show how your application interacts with the Keychain. And, in order for your application
Protecting your Users’ Privacy WWDC 2013 Session 714
accessing their user data classes. In this particular example, we see that Camera would like to access your location so that it can geotag photos and videos. Transparency is the other key ingredient. It makes it clear to the user what is going to happen with their data. It helps
Engineering Privacy for Your Users WWDC 2016 Session 709
access one. Well the vender IDs here for that. The problem it solves for you is that it can just access this API, it provides an identifier for a device, it's very easy then to customize your services, you don't even have to create an identifier. And the
JavaScript for Automation WWDC 2014 Session 306
access an application is by name. Here we're accessing the Safari application. And beyond name we can also access applications by Bundle ID, by Path, by Process ID, and we can get the application that's running the script we're currently in by getting the current application. So
User Privacy in iOS and OS X WWDC 2014 Session 715
access their user data. This should already be familiar to you. The model that Apple has chosen to adopt is the Just in Time model, meaning that consent is only presented to the user at the exact time that the access occurs. We think that Just in Time access is
Protecting Secrets with the Keychain WWDC 2013 Session 709
access control Essentially, a predefined way of determining what programs, and to a certain extent, what users get at the secret, and they give you a way of controlling how your program and other programs can share access to these secrets If you write your secrets to a file, then
Building Efficient OS X Apps WWDC 2013 Session 704
access that memory which means that executing any code could potentially cause a page fault. And this is what makes swapping so dangerous. The application has no control over when these accesses to disk happen or what thread they happen on. And as a result, it's very important to
Creating Extensions for Safari, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 505
access to all of the windows and tabs, as an Extension developer. Unlike a webpage, where you only have access to your window and any windows you open, you can access all of the windows and tabs. You can create them. You can move them around. You can request them
Incorporating the Camera and Photo Library in your App WWDC 2010 Session 421
access to full-sized images, not the little dinky images we give back, as well as access to the image metadata. Now for those of you eagle-eyed viewers in the audience, when you saw the iMovie demo on Monday in the keynote, you might have noticed that they were
Mastering Modern Media Playback WWDC 2014 Session 503
access to the Media Stack, which means you're limited to basic media playback. Or, you might be using AVFoundation, and thus have access to the Media Stack, and can do things beyond basic media playback, but you have to implement your own playback user interface. Finally, some of you
Securing Application Data WWDC 2010 Session 209
access to those services that they have privileges for. And Sandboxing is that basically, they only have access to those documents or API's that they have privileges for. Now, this has kind of evolved over time because obviously, in the first release of iOS, there was no third party
Keynote WWDC 2014 Session 101
access their own data but can't get at your personal information or mess with other apps without your permission. Well, the handle Extensibility in an iOS way, we wanted to build on the same sandboxing model. So now extensions live inside an application's own sandbox with access to
Platforms State of the Union WWDC 2014 Session 102
accessing a class method on NSFont that returns me an object for the default system font. And so this is a real object from Objective-C. I can access properties on it, call methods, do everything that you expect. Now, another important piece of Cocoa are protocols, and Swift supports
Maximizing OpenCL Performance WWDC 2010 Session 418
access the kth element of the work group. So there is an in order access there. And there's also a contiguous access requirement. There's one exception. Not all threads need to be participating. But let's look at some real examples here. So in these two examples we
Direct Access to Video Encoding and Decoding WWDC 2014 Session 513
access to the parameter sets. This sort of packaging is superior for random access in a file. It allows you to jump anywhere and begin decoding at an I frame. So what do you have to do if you have an Elementary Stream coming in? Well, we've got you
Advanced Text Handling for iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 110
access to any text supports, you first need a font reference, that's the CGFontRef. It's the most fundamental object to get an access to fonts. And one thing I want you to note is that Quartz, even though you can use it to render text, it's truly
What's New in Network Extension and VPN WWDC 2015 Session 717
access the internal website, I do not have access to it right now. I now can go into my VPN app and I hit start VPN. And what this did, in the background it kicked off the tunnel packet provider. If you can see now, I do have the VPN
Thread Sanitizer and Static Analysis WWDC 2016 Session 412
access the same memory location without using proper synchronization and when at least one of those accesses is a write. And the problem here that you might not only end up with stale data, but the behavior here is unpredictable. You might even end up with a memory corruption. So
Crafting Custom Cocoa Views WWDC 2010 Session 141
Accessibility is really something that I think nowadays we should think of as an essential, as a part of the foundation, the basics of good view craftsmanship by making your views accessible as it has been pointed out in other sessions or earlier this week, including the Cocoa Tips and
Automating User Interface Testing with Instruments WWDC 2010 Session 306
accessibility based. Now, there's one key thing with accessibility that's going to make automating your application easier, and that's up here. The Accessibility Label. You set this in Interface Builder, you put a name in for your controls that you're building up, that is going to
Platforms State of the Union WWDC 2015 Session 102
access the Taptic Engine. You can do audio recording right from the Watch. And you can embed audio and video playback. You can make a phone call from your application, and you get access live access to the data from the health sensors and the Accelerometer. We are so excited
Introducing the Contacts Framework for iOS and OS X WWDC 2015 Session 223
accesses contacts through the API, the OS is going to show a dialogue box or alert asking the user to allow or deny access. You have probably seen these before. This means that the first time you call a method on the contacts store, it cannot provide the results until
What's New in Core Location WWDC 2015 Session 714
access their location off the bet, you have to ask permission and we have the API that lets you do that. After that we have the bread and butter, which is location updates. This is the portion of the API you can use to get access to where the user
Platforms State of the Union WWDC 2016 Session 102
accessed by everybody in the world or it's restricted to just a single user. Well, the new CloudKit sharing feature opens that up and gives your app explicit control over who can access your data. [ Applause ] The new CKShare class gives you a, governs the permissions, who can read
Security and Your Apps WWDC 2015 Session 706
access is provided to those items. For example, when the device is unlocked. In iOS 8, we added the AfterFirstUnlock I beg your pardon. That's been around for a while, but you can use it if you have to access items in the background, for example, if you are
Graphics and Media State of the Union WWDC 2010 Session 400
access to time-based media and professional access to time-based media with dropping ease of use. To set the stage, I would like to talk a little bit about what we had in iOS 3. In iOS 3, we gave you UIKit API to access the camera, record data
Cocoa Tips and Tricks WWDC 2010 Session 107
Accessibility throw an exception or two when an Accessibility client has happened, or an Accessibility client has experienced an error. But in general, it doesn't happen that much. So reporting exceptions. One thing that a lot of apps do, and it's a good thing for you to do
Privacy and Your App WWDC 2015 Session 703
access my photos on the Glance. They have one trust relationship. They trust you to access that data and protect that data or they don't. So we think that this is important to focus on making sure that you embed and think about privacy from the beginning because your
Getting the Most Out of HealthKit WWDC 2016 Session 209
access which parts of that data. Before interacting with HealthKit, your app should request access to the appropriate types via HK Health Store, and then the Health Store in turn will present the appropriate authorization UI to the user if necessary. Be aware that the user can change permissions for
What's New in HomeKit WWDC 2016 Session 710
access to their accessories at home is provided via the Apple TV, which acts as a remote access gateway. And Apple TV then securely channels the communication between the user's device and their accessories, which are at home. Security. We have built HomeKit with security in mind right from
Introducing WatchKit for watchOS 2 WWDC 2015 Session 105
access to the motion sensors in the iOS devices. It also exists on watchOS and gives you access to the accelerometer. As on iOS, on watchOS Core Motion can give you live data while the application is running, but new and cool and specific to Apple Watch is it also
What's New in HomeKit WWDC 2015 Session 210
access control for user. That returns a HMHome access control object, which encapsulates the privileges of that user. Let's see what this class looks like. It has an administrative property that will be set if you are the administrator of the home. So now you can update your apps
Building Apps for Enterprise and Education WWDC 2014 Session 704
Access app. This app is designed to access a secure document, like a sensitive document maybe over your intranet, and store it on the device in a secure manner. The second app that we're going to see is a Point of Sale app. This may be something like you
Managing Mobile Devices WWDC 2010 Session 108
access in a single payload and this is a technique we call the carrot and stick. So the carrot and stick basically says if you want access to my email servers you must have a passcode of a certain standard on your device. If you want access to my VPN
Creating Extensions for Safari, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 506
access setting is how you specify which servers you need to send those requests to. Now the website access setting only cares about the host or the domain part of the URL. And we actually allow you to specify patterns so let's take a look at what some of
Accessing Shared Contact Information WWDC 2010 Session 119
access the contacts. You can actually have multiple Address Book instances. The Address Book object you can create multiple ones of those and they all access the same database, the same set of contacts on the device. So that's the Address Book. The second one in there is a
Mastering Core Data WWDC 2010 Session 118
access patterns, you gain a lot more support from the compiler to tell you when you're accessing something incorrectly. It's better to use a more direct set name accessor method, rather than to set value for key, and you might mistype name or something like that. This improves
Apple Design Awards WWDC 2015 Session 103
accessibility API, and just like a moment ago I said Fantastical set the standard for what productivity apps on the Mac should be like, Workflow sets the standard for what accessibility what apps should be doing in terms of adopting accessibility, to enable these apps to be used by people
Key Event Handling in Cocoa Applications WWDC 2010 Session 145
accessibility. We're doing something a little bit unique here. So, we have to inform accessibility of that. Cocoa does a lot of things for us but what this looks like to the user is that there's a list of suggestions associated with the text field. In reality, we
What's New in Core Motion WWDC 2015 Session 705
access data live you do get not just the raw sensor data but also features built on top of the sensors like device motion which gives you the altitude of the device or the pedometer or motion activity. On platforms that have the altimeter you also get access to the
Introducing CloudKit WWDC 2014 Session 208
access. CloudKit supports both a concept of public and private databases. You can see public databases as a soup of data that's all your user can access to. Private databases are meant to store the actual data just on behalf of a specific user. CloudKit support both structured and
Keynote WWDC 2015 Session 101
access the microphone on the Watch. So yes, in watchOS 2, you can access the microphone right on the Watch and bring that audio right into your app. [Applause] We also heard you want to play audio out of the speaker. You can do that. WatchOS 2 with native apps
Using HTML5 Offline Storage WWDC 2010 Session 512
accessible offline. There's a fantastic new standard called the HTML5 application cache and it does that for us. And it makes the entire application accessible offline. All the HTML and JavaScript, CSS, all of the media that makes up the UI. And even though cache is in the name
Web Inspector and Modern JavaScript WWDC 2014 Session 512
access to the console. If you don't do anything, you can do evaluations here in the console. You can get access to any globals that you might have available in your context. And you will see exceptions in logs and errors. And in this case, we have an example
Extending your App with Safari App Extensions WWDC 2016 Session 214
access to. Like information about content scripts and style sheets, your extension's website access is described in the extension's Info.plist under the SFSafariWebsiteAccess/key and it's a dictionary with two parts. The first part is the website access level. And this extension is specifying an access level of
Creating Info Graphics with Standard Web Technologies WWDC 2010 Session 509
accessibility. Accessibility with Standard Web Technologies is either free or very easy to do. Easy to add. And so let's talk about, I just want to get you started on doing Info Graphics. We're certainly not going to go into all the details here. But what we're
Building, Archiving, and Submitting Your App WWDC 2012 Session 414
access the file system outside of your own sandbox directory. You can’t connect to or host any network servers. You can’t access devices such as the camera, microphone, USB devices, or printers. You can’t access the user’s personal data like contacts, calendars, and location services. What
Debugging with Xcode 4 and LLDB WWDC 2010 Session 316
access things through Python. We made our APIs such that they're very easy to hand off to some of the script interpreters. The Script Interpreter Tool such as SWIG that allows us to give you guys the full access to the LLDB API. So from Python, you can start
Keynote WWDC 2013 Session 100
access to the Store with all of its content. Books of course ultimately about reading so you can get in here and read, move easily between the pages. You have access to all the controls you'd expect. Your Bookmark, search, can adjust your type and font and type size
Cocoa Interprocess Communication with XPC WWDC 2012 Session 241
access to the hard drive, and access to the network, and the one on the right has access only to the contacts. So this provides two really key benefits. The first is one of security, which I just mentioned. So the process on the right, if it's compromised in
Using Store Kit for In-App Purchases WWDC 2013 Session 305
access to fly charts the latest fly charts, access to financial services, all the professional apps. Now if you summarize, iOS supports all four types of in-app purchases. OS X supports only consumables and non-consumables. And as you've probably guessed, today we're excited to bring subscriptions
Apple Design Awards WWDC 2016 Session 103
accessible apps. We're looking for localized apps. Because accessible and localized apps mean that those apps are available to an even wider audience than they were prior to being accessible and localized. And so there's a lot of stuff that we look for in winning apps, and these
Customizing Your App’s Appearance for iOS 7 WWDC 2013 Session 214
Accessibility. It's really important to implement accessibility in your apps and in your Custom Controls so that all of your users can really enjoy using your applications. It's also really easy to do. So, if we look at our Ratings Control it acts as kind of a container
Moving to AV Kit and AV Foundation WWDC 2013 Session 606
accessibility by automatically. This may not work in the current seed but it will work fine in the next seed. We have a session coming up tomorrow on preparing and presenting media for accessibility that goes into more details about what it means for the playback pipeline to honor the
What's New in Core Location WWDC 2014 Session 706
access, the status bar will not be presented because the user has granted access for that app to use location at any time, which is what is needed in order to access location anytime from the background. For example, when your app is running the background due to Background App
I/O Kit Device Drivers for Mac OS X WWDC 2010 Session 203
access to system services. You can choose to use Objective-C, which you cannot do in the kernel. You have access to better logging facilities, such as the ASL log system. You can create your own log file and log your messages out to that. And you should not be
Building Document Based Apps WWDC 2015 Session 234
accessed documents, but this suffers from many similar pitfalls as NSFileManager did earlier. Let's take a quick look at this. So let's say we store a list of NSURLs to our documents which are the recently accessed documents. But then the iCloud Drive daemon moves the document while
Developer Tools State of the Union WWDC 2010 Session 300
access to the recent files, unsaved files, but I also have access to counter parts of this file, in this case, the header, but also, super classes, siblings, and include files. This kind of navigation right at your fingertips is so critical, but so powerful, that I can actually decide
Building User Interfaces for iOS 7 WWDC 2013 Session 201
accessibility enhancements. So Dynamic Type includes the text styles, it includes user settable sizes including enhance to accessibility sizes and it contains these legibility enhancements. And so, by simply changing the way you specify your application, from specifying specific fonts, specific sizes, to using text styles and letting the system
Creating Extensions for iOS and OS X, Part 2 WWDC 2014 Session 217
access certain sensitive user data like photos or contacts. You'll get a dialog saying: "Would you like to allow this app to have access to this piece of data?" And the user can either decline or allow. So when the user allows your app to have access to a
Advanced Metal Shader Optimization WWDC 2016 Session 606
accesses are statically bounded. The best way to do this is to pass your arguments by reference rather than pointer where possible. If you're passing only a single item or a single struct, this is straightforward, you can just change your pointers to references and change your accesses accordingly
Adopting Multitasking on iPhone OS, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 105
access to some shared system data. So what do I mean by shared? What's shared system data? Well we have a number of APIs that allow you to access Calendar, Address Book, music and media libraries. Those are all, all those APIs are basically wrapping access to some shared
What's New in Metal, Part 1 WWDC 2015 Session 603
accesses the GPU. On the one side we have our high-level 2D and 3D scene graphs APIs that give you incredible functionality and convenience. And on the other side with Metal, we provided a direct access path to the GPU. So this gives you an amazing range to do
Interface Builder Core Concepts WWDC 2013 Session 405
access these items easily. The third part are the inspectors, and the inspectors are where you're going to edit the properties of your views and controls. So, there's a lot of step you can do in a canvas but this gives you the fine-grained access to all
What's New in ResearchKit WWDC 2016 Session 234
access. User account is a very important aspect of managing the user in your app. App access provide this necessary functionality. Two basic operations to support account in your app, account registration and account login. Account registration allows your user to log in to register with your app is password
iAd Integration and Best Practices WWDC 2013 Session 613
access to amazing API's on the platform like Gyroscope and Cameran and so on, ads also have access to these API's. The ads are seamlessly integrated with iOS' software and as hardware, so there's not this sandboxed limited experience inside an ad. It's just an app
A Peek at 3D Touch WWDC 2016 Session 228
access, permission to access the user's contacts, or we may not have found a match for this friend. So we'll want to have a fall-back, in this case we'll use the system's message style to display as the icon. Now that we have the icon
Designing for Apple Watch WWDC 2015 Session 802
accessing actions without losing your current scroll position. Now, Menus are also a great when your app has a global control that you want people to be able to access from any screen. So for example, in the activity app, there's an action for changing your daily move goal
What's New in SpriteKit WWDC 2015 Session 604
access to all the great features in SpriteKit for nodes. You have access to our actions library so you can now run actions on the camera. You have access to our constraint system so you can apply constraints to the camera. You can make it align with game entities, you
Introducing the Photos Frameworks WWDC 2014 Session 511
access to your Image or Video Editing tool right from within the built-in camera or photo applications. No need for the user to switch between applications. No need for the user to grant specific access rights to your application. It's a very simple way for your tool to
Performance on iOS and watchOS WWDC 2015 Session 230
access a piece of information or service some interaction in your app, it's not going to keep them waiting, and that makes them really happy and keeps them coming back. If you are going to adopt Multitasking on iPad in iOS 9, not only does your app no longer
Advanced Text Layouts and Effects with Text Kit WWDC 2013 Session 220
access the glyph information using this method, glyphAtIndex, simply enough. But notice that the index passed through this method is a glyph index. It's not the character index you use to access the contents of NSTextStorage. So glyph index character index, where are they? They are usually the same
Advanced Performance Analysis with Instruments WWDC 2010 Session 309
access the deferred mode? You access it from the file menu in Instruments, and you go to Record Options and select Deferred Display. After you do that, if you hit Start Recording, Instruments will immediately disable the UI and gray it out like you see here, and you start recording
App Extension Best Practices WWDC 2015 Session 224
accessible Keychain for you so you don't have to pass the Keychain access group identifier to these APIs. It's just a tip to remember. And you can find out more about these APIs by watching the Security and Your Apps video. In summary, today Sophia told you all
What's New in Cocoa Touch WWDC 2015 Session 107
accessibility you now have the ability to use more speech voices like Alex as well as high-quality voices in AV speech synthesis. I encourage you to come out to iOS Accessibility to find out more about how to make your app accessible. You also saw that we're introducing
Gatekeeper and Developer ID WWDC 2012 Session 702
access control list that says who has access to that item And the default value is the application that made it. The keychain doesn't care who you are. The keychain care what program that is. All that it cares is that the program that comes along tomorrow and says
Working with Metal: Fundamentals WWDC 2014 Session 604
accessing so I can go and get the right index. Use that index to access the right vertex data. So, just you know, imagine, just imagine that this is that ID, okay. So in this code, what we see is here is going to use this ID and reference into
What's New in Xcode WWDC 2015 Session 104
accessing resource on the NS Bundle resource request. This moves all the content that I fetched into the cache so it is available for future access but it also marks it as available for purging in the even that the system runs out of space. With that, we have written
Integrating Swift with Objective-C WWDC 2014 Session 406
access the layer. And then we'll set it's borderWidth to be five. And then, of course, we have to initialize that to be a borderColor as well. Now in this case, because we're accessing the layer that's a core graphics API we get the CGColor from
What’s New in OpenGL for OS X WWDC 2013 Session 507
access that from our shader similar to how the CSTRUCK would work. Pretty straight forward. And for setting that up in the API we would have just created a buffer object of type uniform buffer, set up the size of that and then we have to get the location. Instead
Designing for tvOS WWDC 2016 Session 802
accessibility settings such as bold type. San Francisco will work great in most apps. But, if you need to use a custom font, make sure that it respects accessibility settings, and it's legible from a distance. So, for example, in Badland they use a custom font that fits well
Introducing HealthKit WWDC 2014 Session 203
access their health data, but remember health data is really sensitive to many of our users. We want to encourage our users to only give apps access to the information that they feel comfortable sharing. To support this we let users give your app permission on a per object type
Advances in Objective-C WWDC 2013 Session 404
access to the API, get access to the implementation without having the go through and parse the headers. Now in support of Modules, we introduced one little bit of syntax. It's the @import declaration. What @import does is it pulls in the API for a particular Module which corresponds
Designing Accessories for iOS and OS X WWDC 2013 Session 700
access these things from apps, the actual protocols and the frameworks, like I said, that are available, again, across both OS platforms. And so let's dive in to a couple of these. Let's talk a little bit about what you can do with them and we won't
Advanced Testing and Continuous Integration WWDC 2016 Session 409
access to your applications data structures and API, but for your UI tests, you have to access your application using accessibility and send events and see your application as a user would from the outside. For your unit tests, all your tests are going to run in the same launch
Designing Accessories for iOS and OS X WWDC 2014 Session 701
access to all of our specifications that define everything I've talked about here, explain to you how to implement all of the security, the pairing, the protocol and the profiles on your accessory. You also get access to a great development and certification tool. It's an OS X
Developing CarPlay Systems, Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 723
access to both the microphone and the speakers. So media playback is interrupted and the channels are switched. And audio switched over to the channel, which provides access to both the microphone and the speakers. In addition to switching to audio channel, the screen switches to CarPlay to show the
Optimizing Swift Performance WWDC 2015 Session 409
access via access control. Let's begin by talking about inheritance constraints, namely, the final keyword. When an API contains a declaration with the final keyword attached, the API is communicating that this declaration will never be overridden by a subclass. Consider again the make noise example. By default, the
Intermediate Swift WWDC 2014 Session 403
accessed and only when it's accessed and only that one time. Now just as we have initialization in Swift, we also have [ Applause ] Just as we have initialization in Swift we have deinitialization. Deinitialization is responsible for tearing down the object. Now as Joe has already told you, memory
What's New in Core Data WWDC 2014 Session 225
accessing the Managed Object Context, and that included things like accessing properties on NSManagedObjects created by that managed object context, the developer had to lock the context. If they wanted to message PersistentStoreCoordinator, they needed to manually lock PersistentStoreCoordinator before they sent whatever message they wanted. And, you know, because
Developing Applications that work with iPhone OS Accessories WWDC 2010 Session 201
accessibility. We just had some discussion of accessibility in this session right before this one. Accessories can now leverage VoiceOver technology to communicate with the phone and completely control the iPhone OS device. They can send commands such as moving to a particular X,Y coordinates or moving to the
Game Technologies for Apple Watch WWDC 2016 Session 612
access a list of players who you can play with. So I'll show you some sample code for this. This shows you how to access the recent players list. And a good place to and let's suppose you have a class. There's a player picker that will
Game Center Techniques, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 408
access and show a leaderboard in game, how you can access the data from a leaderboard if you want to use custom UI, and achievements. So I'll also show you how you can report achievements from your game; how you can show achievements in your game using the standard
Core Location Best Practices WWDC 2016 Session 716
access the user's location. You've probably experienced this as a user, if you've ever seen a prompt like this one. Here, Core Location is asking the user if they'd like to authorize the camera app to access their location. We offer two different versions of authorization
Seamless Linking to Your App WWDC 2015 Session 509
access some of the same content or functionality as in your app? Great. This talk is for you. So we are going to talk about how we can tear down the walls between your app and your website and create a tight association between them. As an example of what
Adopting Metal, Part 1 WWDC 2016 Session 602
access to the performance and power of the GPU in literally hundreds of millions of our most popular products. And Metal is also a foundational technology on these platforms. It powers Core Graphics, Core Animation, as well as our Games and Graphics Libraries such as SpriteKit, SceneKit, and Model I/O
Designing Great Apple Watch Experiences WWDC 2016 Session 804
access information and provide a really fast way to get to apps. Notifications tell people about significant events that they might otherwise overlook. And because they're also interactive, they're a great way to push interactions to the people who use your app. And lastly, apps offer a deeper
What’s New in Foundation Networking WWDC 2013 Session 705
access to a stream API in CFStream which allows you to access files streams or sockets streams. CFNetServices which allows you to publish and subscribe to or browse for Bonjour services. And CFHTTPReadStream which gives you a way of issuing an HTTP request and receiving the body of the response
Harnessing OpenCL in Your Application WWDC 2010 Session 416
accesses a piece of memory and another one right next to it accesses the piece of memory right next to it and so on down the line, the compiler might be smart enough to spot; hey, you just loaded a continuous range of data, and turn that into one big
Designing Apps with Interface Builder WWDC 2010 Session 305
accessibility so it uses the built-in accessibility that's already there for voiceover support on the phone and the iPad and last year with Interface Builder we added support for setting the traits in accessibility directly in Interface Builder and I'll be showing that in the Demo as
iMessage Apps and Stickers, Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 224
accessibility label. For brevity in the demo, I'm just going to reuse my message caption as my accessibility label. Now that I have my message, I'm ready to stage it in the conversation. I'll get a reference to my active conversation and call conversation.insert to insert the
Advances in OpenGL ES WWDC 2013 Session 505
access. It's really just a very large store of random access memory. Read-only random access memory, that is. Data normally passed in via a glUniform can be passed in via a texture. There are a number of advantages here. It's a really, a much larger store. We
What's New in LLVM WWDC 2016 Session 405
accesses now, it will access this very soon again. Spatial locality simply means data your program accesses now, it will also access neighboring data. So when you access an array field, it will also access the field next to it. When it accesses a field in your data structure, it
What's New in Foundation for iOS 4 WWDC 2010 Session 102
access to certain functionality. So it's very important that you understand blocks and understand how to use them properly in order to access all the available functionality in the system. Well, for those of you who may not have seen all of the public materials that we've had
What's New with CloudKit WWDC 2016 Session 226
access to it. So, what is CloudKit? CloudKit is a technology that gives you the ability to have your application data and your user data available wherever you need it. CloudKit is a framework which gives you access to a database stored on iCloud. We use CloudKit extensively inside of
Continuous Integration with Xcode 5 WWDC 2013 Session 412
access that repository to get that source code? And secondly, the project or the workspace inside that SCM location that we're going to access where that project lives? Secondly, a bot defines when we're going to build it. So we have some great scheduling options in the Xcode
Improving Existing Apps with Modern Best Practices WWDC 2016 Session 213
accessibility features that we have built into the operating systems. So, why would ship your app with artwork for people that need it or want it or use it but then not have the accessibility features in there? That's not fair. So, resolve some of the technical debt that
The Accelerate framework for iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 202
access. This is those two ones that we saw on the vDSP_dotpr signature before. What strided data access is, is it lets you operate not on every element of array, but on every nth element of array. So if I wanted to operate on the 0th element, the 2nd
Building Responsive and Efficient Apps with GCD WWDC 2015 Session 718
access to that data structure and you can use GCD by creating a serial queue with a dispatch queue serial flag at the data structure and then use dispatch sync to execute a critical section block on that queue where that block has exclusive access to the data structure. How
Inclusive App Design WWDC 2016 Session 801
accessibility settings, low vision people can get even larger sizes for body copy. And here is Ulysses. They do a great job scaling their UIs dynamically. So, how do I specify a design to be dynamic? First you start by specifying different text styles for semantically distinct blocks of text
Understanding Crash Reports on iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 317
ACCESS. This means that your program or your application was trying to access memory, which wasn't available sorry available to it at that time. It will tell you the Exception Code and it will tell you the Crashed Thread, which in this case, is thread number 6. The iPhone
Extending Your Apps for Enterprise and Education Use WWDC 2013 Session 301
access to the intranet. So that's what it is conceptually. This limits VPN access to only the apps that the enterprise has installed, specific Apps. It enhances both security and privacy. So, security because you are not exposing your intranet to apps that the user may have installed from
Optimizing Your App for Multitasking on iPad in iOS 9 WWDC 2015 Session 212
access to the CPU, and everyone's background queues get equal access to the CPU. No single foreground app is prioritized above any other. If you prioritize your work appropriately, the system can guarantee that we get the best possible performance while there are multiple apps on screen. So how
Core Text and Fonts WWDC 2012 Session 226
access that font using any of its names. For instance, if I could use CTFontCreateWithName using the PostScript name on that particular font that I had registered and access it that way. Alternatively, I could create a CT font directly from that graphics font using CTFontCreateWithGraphics. Then on Lion or
OS X Automation Update WWDC 2013 Session 417
accessibility integration. Now, some of you might be familiar with Speakable Items. How many people in here have used Speakable Items? Quite a few. And it's an architecture built into OS X in the accessibility frameworks and allows you to speak commands to your computer and have them perform
Crafting Modern Cocoa Apps WWDC 2016 Session 239
accessible because we access them by key path, and they also need to be observable so that we can observe them and invalidate or state when they change. And that's state restoration. The third and final technology we want to talk about, documents in the cloud. So once upon
Optimizing Core Data Performance on iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 137
access one of the first 3 objects poof there will be objects. You don't need to know or care how that happened. If you then try and access an object elsewhere in the array, poof there are objects. Again you don't need to know or care. So it
Advanced Performance Optimization on iPhone OS, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 147
access a single value out of a plist, we have to take that entire object graph into the plist, bring in some memory before you can access that one element. Similarly, when you're writing out the plist, if you modify a single element in the plist, we have to
What's New in the Accelerate Framework WWDC 2014 Session 703
access to partial objects. I say lightweight access, so there's going to be no buffer allocation and no copy. Things that you can do with slices are for example, taking the odd elements of a vector. We shouldn't have to allocate a temporary buffer and copy those odd
Leveraging Touch Input on iOS WWDC 2016 Session 220
access to the force for each touch. I won't talk much about this, but you can have all the great experience for Peek and Pop in the session at A Peek at 3D Touch later today. We introduced faster touch scanning beginning with iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro
What's New in watchOS 3 WWDC 2016 Session 208
access APIs. So crown events give you raw access to rotation events from the digital crown. In watchOS 2, your apps could use the crown for scrolling within your interface or for picking items from a list with the picker control. But of course, we saw many innovative uses of
CSS Effects, Part 1: UI Elements and Navigation WWDC 2010 Session 503
accessible, searchable, and easily editable. Now let's talk about animations. I said it earlier in the presentation: nowadays you really need animations to draw in your users. And so far, you've done so much work making a great site that goes fast, that has accessible text, so you
What’s New in Cocoa Touch WWDC 2013 Session 203
Accessibility is a huge deal for us. One of the things that we are really proud of is making our apps as accessible as possible for users who are differently abled. There's new UI there's new API to be able to participate in the Guided Access system. So
What's New in LLDB WWDC 2015 Session 402
access as much of your information as possible while you are debugging. Access to the Objective-C runtime gives you more insight into fields that before were unavailable to you. The SDK modules offer an unprecedented level of access to the operating environment that your application is running in, more
What’s New in Camera Capture WWDC 2013 Session 610
accessed in their photos library. And we did that by popping up a dialog the first time your application tries to access that is read to read from, or write to the assets library, so that the user would have an opportunity to opt in or out. And we warned
Optimizing Drawing and Scrolling on OS X WWDC 2013 Session 215
access, you tell us which access you want this view to be floating on and we'll go ahead and put in a special place in the view hierarchy and scrolling will be handled automatically in sync. So if you're scrolling ob the access is not floating on, it
What’s New in Cocoa WWDC 2013 Session 205
access these light content controls? Well, they're available through a new API called NSAppearance. This is a class that lets you access alternate appearances and it's got a bunch of methods, the one I'm going to show here is appearance name, you just give it an appearance
What's New in Cocoa WWDC 2014 Session 204
Accessibility APIs. The new APIs are simpler. They are expressed - the accessibility values, the accessibility values for various UI elements and UI properties are expressed directly as properties. There's no need to subclass. Good, somebody's used the old APIs. And there are better compile time warnings as well
Quick Interaction Techniques for watchOS WWDC 2016 Session 211
access to new kinds of input. You can now do gestures with gesture recognizers in your apps. We are giving you access to the rotation events in the Digital Crown. And we're also having three other areas. One is for improved table navigation, the support for the new user
Platforms State of the Union WWDC 2013 Session 101
accessible at any time in a really simple manner. When you want to access the project for the first time, the new checkout workflow makes that really easy. Select the repository, select the branch, and Xcode will check out your project and open it for you. Now, once you have
What’s New in Scene Kit WWDC 2013 Session 500
access to the attributes like geometry, camera and light. And from the geometry, you also have access to the materials. But you can do more than simply modifying positions, you can also animate everything in your scene. And for animations, Scene Kit includes an animation engine and regarding the API
Using Core Location in iOS 4 WWDC 2010 Session 115
access points, you need to know where those access points are and so what we focused on in the past year is really improving our sources of data for Wi-Fi positioning. Our goal was to improve coverage in the areas where people use iOS devices most. So, just to
Introducing AppleScript Libraries WWDC 2013 Session 416
access to your favorite sets of handlers. It's different from scripting additions because you can write them yourself in AppleScript and they're controlled by the script that loads them. They can use AppleScript objective C to access all the wonderment of Cocoa and they can also publish their
Automating the Creation of iPad Content WWDC 2010 Session 302
access to the power of the OS. So up in the Services menu, in the Application menu you have the ability to access Services. In the Finder, in the Action menu you can access Services contextually based upon what you have selected. The same with the contextual menu in the
Maximizing Apple Development Resources WWDC 2013 Session 415
access stuff nice and quickly. And the cool thing is, you can access all the stuff right from Xcode and the Help menu. Go there and you get the documentation API Reference guide. And the nice thing is in Xcode 5, we've actually revamp this to make it really
Typography and Fonts WWDC 2016 Session 803
access it the system font API's are the same between iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and the macOS. So, NSFont and UIFont basically have the same API's. And they have a lot of benefits. They give you access to the weight of San Francisco, of the nine weights, but also
OpenGL Essential Design Practices WWDC 2010 Session 414
access the GPU. Now it's important to note that these techniques apply equally to iOS 4 and Mac OS X. So the codes you write on one platform and the knowledge that you've gained here, you can leverage on the other platform. They've got pretty different architectures
Your App and Next Generation Networks WWDC 2015 Session 719
access network with NAT64/DNS64 on my Wi-Fi interface. So when I start it, I see that the Wi-Fi icon has grayed out and it has an arrow pointing up. That means now the Wi-Fi interface is in access point mode. What that really means is now it
Best Practices for Building Apps Used in Business and Education WWDC 2016 Session 304
Accessibility. I was actually talking with a former co-worker just before lunch, make sure you have accessibility in your application. This helps people that couldn't otherwise use your application. And they get quite emotional when they can see that they can finally use an app because you're
What's New in iTunes Connect WWDC 2015 Session 302
access to both the Mac and iOS SDKs. You go to the dev portal, sign in, you agree to the single agreement. Come into iTunes Connect, and you set up your tax and banking information just for that one contract, letting you set up paid apps and paid in-app
WatchKit In-Depth, Part 1 WWDC 2015 Session 207
access. Because for security reasons, normally you can't access from one process into another's storage area. And you enable this index code. You use something called 'app groups' for both the extension and the application you give a unique identifier and that's your application group. And so
Health and Fitness with Core Motion WWDC 2016 Session 713
access to raw accelerometer samples, or long durations of time. And you can also get this access with very low power. After your apps have requested the framework to start recording these samples, they can get suspended. And the OS will offer those samples, even across device sleeps. And when
Building and Distributing Your App with Xcode 4 WWDC 2010 Session 314
access to a small number of things that you do regularly, very powerful construct. Second thing is workspaces: workspaces let you organize work in multiple projects and associate projects together on an ad hoc basis or on a team basis without having to change the project itself so you can
Going Social with ReplayKit and Game Center WWDC 2015 Session 605
access to the movie files. These are only accessible to the user via ReplayKit's preview UI and share sheet. All right, so let's take a look at how ReplayKit works by taking a look at its architecture. So your application links to the ReplayKit framework and it uses
Deploying AirPrint in Enterprise WWDC 2016 Session 725
access to software update, no multicast packet traffic allowed, and certain ports blocks, which all have impact on printers. Enterprise customers also may have accounting requirements since every page printed costs money. And of course security requirements are essential and are increasingly important in enterprise printing. The top requests we
App Publishing with iTunes Connect WWDC 2010 Session 310
access iTunes Connect at itunesconnect.apple.com. The first time you log in, you will land here, this is the home page. Now if you are interested in having a commercial relationship with us, your first stop should be the contracts module, second one down on the left. Note that banking contact
iPad and iPhone User Interface Design WWDC 2010 Session 103
accessed. And then you've got less-frequently accessed well, you've got the changing dates in the middle of the Calendar mentioned that earlier and then towards the bottom placement, less important, less frequently accessed by the user, less on their radar if you will. You've got the
Managing Apple Devices WWDC 2013 Session 300
access to their own private data or they're using it as their company's device with access to the corporate secure data. We don't think this is the right approach. We think that place is the burden on the employee to make that decision and that's not
Apple Watch Design Tips and Tricks WWDC 2015 Session 805
access and convenient access to from your iOS app? Make sure that you focus on the essentials. Don't overload your app with too much information or functionality. This is really a recipe for poor usability on Apple Watch. So for example, the Calendar app on the iPhone does all
Advanced Debugging with LLDB WWDC 2013 Session 413
access to the LLDB object model, they're like peers to your program. Breakpoint action is written in Python in a full program inspection and by full program inspection, I mean that they have access to the data, they have access to the code and they have also access to
What’s New in Core Audio for iOS WWDC 2013 Session 602
access to them. And the way the node application gets that access is by fetching the host callback property. It will receive that structure full of function pointers. They won't actually point to functions in the host process, of course. We can't make a cross process call there
Your App, Your Website, and Safari WWDC 2014 Session 506
access to credentials that Safari has stored for your website to make your users' login experiences easier than ever. Then we're going to learn about AutoFill and how that works on the web and ways to make that better as well. Then we're going to look at ways
CloudKit JS and Web Services WWDC 2015 Session 710
access my CloudKit data through web services. I have here chosen that any domain can access my data but for added security I could have restricted to viewer domains so now we have enabled web services. Let's get some users to log in. So authentication is handled transparently. What
Getting Started with Swift WWDC 2016 Session 404
access the count property of that collection to see how many there are. If we pass that to the print function, we find out that we do, indeed, have five characters. But if you still don't believe me, well, let's iterate over each of those characters in turn
Optimizing App Startup Time WWDC 2016 Session 406
access those different addresses, as if you had read it in memory, each time you access an address that hasn't been accessed before it will cause a page fault, the kernel will read just that one page. And that gives you lazy reading of your file. Now we can
Future Proofing your Application WWDC 2010 Session 130
access and file access to a background thread. So this leads to another common mistake which can cause compatibility problems. All right you see here, well I don't want to do this in the main thread so let me do it on a background thread. Okay well I can
Creating Modern Cocoa Apps WWDC 2014 Session 227
Accessibility. Accessibility not only expands the audience available to buy your app, but it also makes it easier for you to use as a developer, that's because accessible apps are able to be automated and automated apps are more easily tested. So you should definitely look into supporting accessibility
What's New in Metal, Part 1 WWDC 2016 Session 604
access the memory. And for complex scenes, this cost can add up as well. Resource sub-allocation addresses both of these performance issues. Remember that the expensive part of resource creation is in the memory operations. With resource heaps you can perform the memory operations ahead of time outside of
Networking for the Modern Internet WWDC 2016 Session 714
access key using NSURLSession. If you set allows cellular access to false, then we won't use cellular data connection. Nice and simple. [ Applause ] If that connection fails, you can ask the user, do you want to stream this video over mobile data, or you can just wait, subscribe for
Getting Published in Apple News WWDC 2016 Session 502
access to your account to an intern that won't be here in a few months. So make sure you give access to someone who will be with you for a while. So a common problem that we have. You also want to use a real e-mail address that
Introduction to LLDB and the Swift REPL WWDC 2014 Session 409
access it just at the LLDB command prompt any time that you're debugging your program. That's not all though. You can also access the Swift REPL when you don't have a program running. You can access it directly off of the shell prompt, for a clean slate
What's New in SpriteKit WWDC 2014 Session 606
access to the texture of the sprite, the sprite size in pixels, the global time (in case you need to do any of the animation in terms of color or shapes) and you also have access, if you have a custom shader that's running on a shape, to the
What's New in HealthKit WWDC 2015 Session 203
access to use the user's HealthKit data. When your app requests authorization, a prompt will appear on both the Watch and the user's phone to authorize your app for access. So if your phone application is authorized to store and retrieve distance samples, let's say, then your
What's New in Metal, Part 2 WWDC 2015 Session 607
access to the current render pass descriptor. Now, let me just note that this isn't a problem specific to the MetalKit view. You need to be aware of this issue if you roll your own view in access core animation directly. So this is information that's quite useful
Safari Extensibility: Content Blocking and Shared Links WWDC 2015 Session 511
access to what they need to. This particular extension right now does not have access to the network. So we are trying to make an NSURL request, we definitely need access to the network. So if I click on the project here, and then go to capabilities, right here I
Managing 3D Assets with Model I/O WWDC 2015 Session 602
access to those things in your own pipelines. Model I/O is integrated into Xcode 7, and the GameKit APIs, it's on iOS 9, and OS 10.11. So in a nut shell, the big green box there is where Model I/O fits in your framework or in your application. We
Introducing SiriKit WWDC 2016 Session 217
accessibility needs of our users and responds to a lot of different accessibility settings. So in the end of the day, there's basically a combinatorial explosion of ways that people use Siri, both in terms of how they phrase something to Siri and in terms of how Siri will
Advanced Debugging and the Address Sanitizer WWDC 2015 Session 413
accessible or not. Bytes on invalid memory are called red zones or as we say, memory there is poisoned. When you compile your program with Address Sanitizer, it instruments every memory access and prefixes it with a check. If the memory is poisoned, the Address Sanitizer will track the program
What's New in Foundation for Swift WWDC 2016 Session 207
access to the Date value type. So, let's go ahead and use it, and consuming it is very similar, however now this var takes on a whole new kind of behavior. We specifically, we now allow inline mutation. And so, we've done zero, these two examples here are
What's New in CloudKit WWDC 2015 Session 704
access the same data as my iOS and OS X CloudKit app. To talk about both of those, I would like to hand it over to Eric. Eric is the manager for the iCloud Server team. [Applause]. ERIC KRUGLER: Thank you. Well, thank you, Olivier. It's terrific to be
Beyond Dictation — Enhanced Voice-Control for macOS apps WWDC 2016 Session 717
accessibility support. Generally, they do have good support, but that could also be an issue. You might not be able to give a command for the thing that you want it to do. But here's the good news user commands. This is where we leave the world of accessibility
Cross Platform Nearby Networking WWDC 2014 Session 709
access point, or if they're not connected to an access point at all. So, many of you have wondered which devices support Peer-to-Peer networking. So I'd like to talk about that a bit. Well, on iOS it's pretty simple. If your iOS device has the
What's New in Apple Device Management WWDC 2016 Session 303
access this roster information from Apple School Manager and give your NDM solution access to all the student and teacher Managed Apple IDs, as well as the classes. In terms of the transition from schools moving from the Apple deployment programs to Apple School Manager, the good news for them
Advanced Cocoa Text Tips and Tricks WWDC 2010 Session 114
access. The power can be accessed simply by drag dropping the text UIObjects in Interface Builder and its design to scale. The same layout engine is used by various projects from a single line text field to subsequent application with advanced text handling features like these. And advanced typography features
Using the Camera with AV Foundation WWDC 2010 Session 409
access to a shared data structure by executing blocks on a queue and accessing the data structure only from those blocks. And because queues are lightweight, this is actually easier and cheaper in many cases than using locking. You can imagine queues being an on demand locking mechanism that only
Fundamentals of Digital Audio for Mac OS X and iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 411
accessed exactly the same way as you would access the RemoteIO unit. So, basically, setting up, creating the instance, setting parameters, and so on. But this year, in iOS 4, we added a new algorithm which provides significantly better quality, of course, at the cost of a heavier CPU load
Audio Development for iPhone OS, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 412
access to a hardware codec or not. With MixWithOthers with ambient that means you would use that for applications that don't require access to a hardware codec, don't need to use it. Excuse me. With solo ambient, that's the category you would choose if your, you know
Audio Development for iPhone OS, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 413
access to hardware, use properties to configure them and parameters to control them. And make sure you understand the lifecycle of an audio unit which includes access, instantiation, configuration, initialization and then rendering. Render callbacks let you send your own audio into an audio unit and audio processing graphs let
Network Apps for iPhone OS, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 207
accessing Transport Layer Security within iPhone OS, there is no Transport Layer Security that's accessible at the dial-up level. The secure transport mechanism, which is available on Mac OS X, public API Mac OS X is not a public API on iPhone OS, so you just can't
OpenGL ES Overview for iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 415
access is exclusively for the foreground application to ensure responsiveness. So while you can use some of these other scenarios, you can create a finish task to do CPU processing in the background, you do not have access to the GP one in the background. There's one really important
Managing Apple Devices WWDC 2014 Session 702
access to our neighbors to the North. Any Canadians here? I'm so sorry about the Canadians, but, in fact, the Rangers knocked my Flyers out in the first round; so get them next year. We've also made a number of other changes already since launch that I wanted
What’s New in Xcode 5 WWDC 2013 Session 400
access to a Table of Contents, your Bookmarks, Xcode even makes it super easy to share links right from the ID. Now, Xcode 5 intentionally feels a lot like Xcode 4, but there's one aspect of the field that we thought could be much improved, and that's in
Advanced NSOperations WWDC 2015 Session 226
access to a certain CloudKit container, or only execute this operation if we have access to your calendar or to your photo library or to your contacts or whatever else you'd like. So that's conditions. And the final piece is operation observers. An operation observer is again a
Working with Metal: Overview WWDC 2014 Session 603
access at the thinnest possible API layer, that's where Metal comes in. So how do we do this? Well, first thing we wanted to understand is how most modern games try to manage their CPU and GPU workloads. So most games will target a frame rate. Oftentimes, it could
Understanding Source Control in Xcode WWDC 2013 Session 414
accessed through the top level Source Control menu where we have access to the every working copy that a project or workspace is currently using and what branch we're currently on in each one. So this is a great easy way to quickly see what code you're working
Swift and Objective-C Interoperability WWDC 2015 Session 401
accessing it from Objective-C. The top method is still named 'perform operation.' In Xcode 7, we've added another option for solving this problem, which is the non-ObjC attribute. As you might have expected, this will take something that's normally exposed to Objective-C and prevent it
What's New in Cocoa Touch WWDC 2014 Session 202
access them from your view controller. You can also get them from the current screen, and then using that information, you have your size class. You can make the determination of what is the right thing to do for you. So as a simple example, we can think of what
Using Fonts with Text Kit WWDC 2013 Session 223
accessibility settings. So dynamic type is organized by what we consider to be usage. Each one of these is a text style as we like to call it. As you've seen in the previous session, there are, I believe, eight of these different usage categories for use with text
What’s New with Multitasking WWDC 2013 Session 204
access to connect to your service, but what we're going to do here is set these keychain items to be partially protected and specifically, we're going to use the mode where the data is available after the very first unlock. So what we encourage you to do is
Integrating Passbook into your Ecosystem WWDC 2013 Session 303
access to mail. So, if you can detach yourself from the requirement of a companion app, you actually have access to much larger user base, right? There's more of a chance that they will see, they'll see my Gift Card then if it goes to your mail then
Core Bluetooth WWDC 2013 Session 703
access the notifications that I'm not very good for your hockey and all that and you guys probably know what I'm talking about. But these are three other command solutions that are being used nowadays. So, first one is the Message Access Pro or the Message Access Profile
Preventing Unauthorized Purchases with Receipts WWDC 2014 Session 305
access to the app's content and features even if the receipt's invalid if you choose. You could maybe have a you could maybe have a grace period where you will allow some use of the app. You could limit access to certain areas of the app; perhaps there
Swift Interoperability In Depth WWDC 2014 Session 407
access to Objective-C APIs through the Objective-C Module System we introduced last year. So you can pull your Objective-C APIs whether they be from Cocoa or your own into Swift and use them. And then Swift maps those Objective-C APIs into the Swift syntax. This covers
AVKit on tvOS WWDC 2016 Session 506
access to settings related to audio and subtitles. Finally, AVKit supports Siri voice commands automatically. And as I go back to the beginning, or "What did she say?" to skip back 30 seconds and replay with captions turned on temporarily. AVKit uses the modern media stack, the same as on
View Controller Advancements in iOS 8 WWDC 2014 Session 214
accessible in this API, so you can ask the split view controller for it and put it in whatever bar you want. Although I'm not going to say it explicitly, if you were to look in the header files of UISplitViewController, you would find that most of the API
Advanced Notifications WWDC 2016 Session 708
access them inside your content extension. So when you receive the notification [inaudible] notification method, you can extract the attachments from your content. As I mentioned earlier, the attachment is managed by the system, and it's moved to a separate location. This means that it's outside of your
What's New in Core Audio WWDC 2014 Session 501
access methods for properties on the audio rendering thread. So we've taken some great care to do that in our implementations and as we go I'll give you a couple of examples of places where you need to do this to be aware of real-time issues when
Introducing HomeKit WWDC 2014 Session 213
accessible to in the past. So let's get started. So today I will tell you a little bit about the features of HomeKit, and we'll go through the core concepts, how to use the APIs, how to get started, and then a few advanced topics that are either
Core Data Performance Optimization and Debugging WWDC 2013 Session 211
accessing through context. So today we're going to be talking a lot about Instruments and not only how we use Instruments to find problems, but how we interpret the information that we see and figure out what it means and what we need to do about it. We're
What's New in iAd Workbench WWDC 2014 Session 510
accessible through iadworkbench.apple.com. All you need is an Apple ID to log in. When you log in, the first page you go to is the Dashboard. Dashboard is a summary of all the campaigns, and also it gives basic metrics. To get into the campaign creation flow, let's click
WatchKit In-Depth, Part 2 WWDC 2015 Session 208
accessed by both the app and the extension. So what you need to do is create an app group, which provides a shared container for you to store these data and they can be accessed by both. So that's all you need to know, and if you want to
Designing Code for Performance WWDC 2013 Session 224
access to the source code or not be aware of what work it's doing, and in such cases, you can often estimate. You can consider what the code would have to do, what kind of work it's trying to accomplish, and another complimentary alternative is to profile with
Creating Custom iOS User Interfaces WWDC 2014 Session 221
Accessibility is a critical part of iOS. We care very deeply about making sure our operating system is accessible to as many people as possible and there's some very powerful APIs around accessibility that are important for you to use if you decide to build custom UI in your
Adopting Metal, Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 603
access to constant buffers. We've already got a semaphore and they're great for controlling access to limited resources. In this case our limit is three but it can be whatever you'd like. So here we create our semaphore with our count. And instead of creating one constant
Xcode Core Concepts WWDC 2013 Session 401
access any of the other files reachable from your workspace. And on the right here is the issue mini navigator. If you have any issues at the issue pane that are associated with files, you can use the arrow keys to go back and forth between them or pop that
Distributing Enterprise Apps WWDC 2014 Session 705
access to the developer tools and the rights as a developer by virtue of joining your team, okay. Once you do that the next thing you should do as a team member is to go to Xcode and type your registered Apple ID in, so you click register, you register
Introducing the New System Fonts WWDC 2015 Session 804
access extended glyphs inside a font. Sometimes they can be the only mechanism or sometimes they can be a convenience mechanism to access these extended glyphs. So to give you an example of what features can do, let me tell you about fractions. So you are looking at this, and
Integrating JavaScript into Native Apps WWDC 2013 Session 615
access the data that's inside of it so we have various things like converting to a Boolean, to numbers, to dates, strings, et cetera. And when you call one of these on a JSValue, JavaScriptCore will do its best effort to convert it to the type that you asked
Developing tvOS Apps Using TVMLKit: Part 1 WWDC 2016 Session 212
access system info, play [inaudible] slideshow photos, and many more. In addition to that, the framework also provides very simple API to handle media playback. Now one important thing I would want to point out is that there is a single JavaScript context per application controller, and you manage all
Introducing Swift Playgrounds WWDC 2016 Session 408
access to a simple key/value store that is kept with the document. This lets you track preferences or even more advanced forms of progress as the learner moves through the book page to page. And Playground Books are resettable. Every change made is kept in a separate place away from
Continuous Integration and Code Coverage in Xcode WWDC 2015 Session 410
access to a lot of information about what happened in your integration. And one of the ways we provide access to that information is through environment variables. This is just a sample of some of the variables that are defined when your scripts run. Any scripting language worth using is
Fixing Memory Issues WWDC 2013 Session 410
access of the weak object's delegate by an arrow reference. If you get back nil then you've referenced no and crashed. So better would be to use the dot syntax in this case to access a delegate, because sending a message to nil is just fine. Or, you
Adopting Multitasking on iPhone OS, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 109
access to all of the tools that you need in order to play background audio. So, if you, for example, are an application that synthesizes audio; those applications have some really hard real-time deadlines that have to be made, so we make sure that we allow you to play
Concurrent Programming With GCD in Swift 3 WWDC 2016 Session 720
accesses to the thread safe that access properties from your subsystem from other places. So for instance, here you can call queue sync, and you can return a value out of queue sync, and we will capture that value on the queue, and then return it to you as that
Implementing UI Designs in Interface Builder WWDC 2015 Session 407
access to horizontal. And you can see with stack views I can get the exact layout I'm looking for with very minimal constraints. Our recommendation when adopting auto layout is to use stack views and to try to use stack views first and then only when you need to
Making Apps Adaptive, Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 233
access should be horizontal. Otherwise it should be vertical. That's all I have to do. So you'll note that here I'm not doing a lot of work. And I'm also taking advantage of the fact that StackView is smart. If I'm setting the access to
Unified Logging and Activity Tracing WWDC 2016 Session 721
access that data, there's a new Console, a new log command line tool and one of the things you have to keep in mind is because the data is now stored in a binary format you must use the new tools to access it. So you can no longer
What’s New in iOS User Interface Design WWDC 2013 Session 208
access. Now you've got to do a little bit more than that so color got added at a later stage just to distinguish controls from content. Some background colors, a couple of crisp lines but at all times the message stayed present, it stayed front and center, it was
What's New in iTunes Connect WWDC 2016 Session 305
access to your sales and trends, ratings and reviews for all your apps, the ability to reject a binary or at least your app for the store, and push notifications, so you can be immediately notified of any changes to your apps. It is available for free in the App
What's New in Cocoa Touch WWDC 2016 Session 205
accessibility inspector and one thing you can do with that is, it's really great, you can connect to an app and automatically, immediately know the accessibility properties of a given UI element. There is another really nice feature. You can also run an audit on the application running in
What's New in Xcode App Signing WWDC 2016 Session 401
access to things like running on devices. There's a list of identifiers in a profile. And at install time, the device runs down those list of identifiers to check if yours is included. And if it is, you can install the app. Profiles also allow access to entitlements. There
Controlling Game Input for Apple TV WWDC 2016 Session 607
access the touch surface and the buttons on the Siri Remote. The second profile that the Siri Remote supports is called GCMotion and this is what you use to access the gyroscope and accelerometer on the Siri Remote. Now note that this is different than what you might be used
Building a Server-driven User Experience WWDC 2010 Session 117
accessed by a web service, whether that's a web service provided by a vendor or you loading in this content into your own database and vending it out to your own web services. This would be internal or external as I said at the very beginning. And having this
Network Apps for iPhone OS, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 208
access it. And then you introduce this notion of accessing the data outside of the lock, which causes random corruption. Or if you have more than one lock in your program, you end up in deadlocks. And in general, that sort of thing is just a mess and it's
Effective HTTP Live Streaming WWDC 2012 Session 502
access logs and error logs. Once again, don’t forget to get the user's permission to grab this data. We got a lot of fields in the access log, so you want to look at what streams am I actually getting. How long are they playing for? Where are
Performance Optimization on iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 131
accessed from two different threads and so I need to serialize those accesses in some way and I can do that using a lock or again I could use Grand Central Dispatch. So that's actually what I'm going to do in this case. So I'm just going
Core Data Best Practices WWDC 2012 Session 214
access and load at least some of the data so you can show it to the user; that's what they're expecting. If the user instigates a network access, it's the same thing. Know when the user is accessing the network and how' they're accessing the network
Introduction to Notifications WWDC 2016 Session 707
access to notification that are pending delivery for your locally scheduled notifications, as well as access to delivered notification that the user might never see while local or remove notifications. Now you can also remove notifications that have already been sent to the user, as well as update and promote
Creating 3D Interactive Content with WebGL WWDC 2014 Session 509
access to WebGL and set it up in your web page. And then, we're going to show how to do basic drawing with WebGL. And this is going to be sort of like crash course into how to draw something with WebGL and you get an idea of how
Swift Playgrounds WWDC 2014 Session 408
access. So anytime you want to try something it's right there at your fingertips. So with all that said, let's dive in and take a look in an actual Playground. To do that, I'm going to invite my colleague Connor up on stage. Thank you, Rick. Hello
Simplifying iPhone App Development with Grand Central Dispatch WWDC 2010 Session 211
access to critical sections of code or to serialize access, serialize access to some shared state between threads or just in general to ensure data integrity when you have some complex piece of state that needs to always have a consistent in a consistent state and that can be modified
From Zero to App Store in Xcode 5 WWDC 2013 Session 403
access in the machine on which I generated the key in the first place, I can go to that machine, use the export functionality that Joshua showed you earlier in the accounts pane, and import it here using the button on the left. Alternatively, if I no longer have access
Mastering Xcode for iPhone OS Development, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 301
access, where is it? I was accessing my mutable data here and I was setting zeros in every 10, 24th position, don't ask me why, and it seems to have crashed, so I'm going to roll back up and, holy cow, I activated the, I allocated way too
Working with OpenCL WWDC 2013 Session 508
access buffers is usually not cached, and so sometimes it can be higher latency to access tasks as buffer objects. Image objects are kind of like GL textures. They're either read only or write only, so you have to decide when you're writing a kernel if you're
What’s New in Passbook WWDC 2013 Session 302
access to the apps if they have some way of interacting with a pass in the user's pass library. So it looks like this. You have this banner at the top of the back of your pass, kind of like the one in Safari. It shows your app icon
Introducing GameplayKit WWDC 2015 Session 608
access to dynamic behavior. Let's think back to the tower defense example. Perhaps I want to implement a magic spell that roots archers to the ground so they can no longer move. One way to represent this might be to simply temporarily remove it's MoveComponent. This implicitly tells
Taking Advantage of Multiple GPUs WWDC 2010 Session 422
access to the AMD card so that I can pull resources on it back to host memory, on your behalf, okay? So now I'll go ahead and I draw with it and I Flush, that causes that data to get pulled up to the NVIDIA card now, and everything
Understanding Foundation WWDC 2010 Session 124
access to the index, so if you need it, you'll have to keep track of it yourself. When you fast enumerate over a dictionary, the objects you're getting back are the keys. That means that if you need the objects, you should call objectForKey and get the value
Motion Tracking with the Core Motion Framework WWDC 2014 Session 612
accesses motion activity, we'll do the proper popups. The only time you'll want to do something more than that is to check to make sure that your app does have authorization to access activity because when you don't, you want to show a dialogue box saying, informing
Working with Metal: Advanced WWDC 2014 Session 605
access my texture, I'm going to use my 2-dimensional global ID, but if I access a buffer, I need to create a 1-dimensional ID. So we're trying to help you not have to write all that code because there may be bugs; we fixed that for
Calendar Integration with Event Kit WWDC 2010 Session 136
access to the calendar data on the device. It's split into two parts, mostly as a function of the way we built our OS. But we have a non-UI side and a UI side. So, in EventKit, we have all of the APIs that allow you to get
How iOS Security Really Works WWDC 2016 Session 705
access your photos and your messages, gin access to your camera and your microphone, then there is corporate espionage, which is gaining access to your business emails and documents and your intellectual property, and then finally, there is direct financial benefit, stealing money directly from your online banking session or
Introducing Xcode 4 WWDC 2010 Session 307
access all the repositories that Xcode 4 knows about because of the projects you've been working with. You can also access information about the projects there as well as documentation. The Version Editor again, we support some version and get. And the Version Editor was a great way to
Affiliate Tools for App Developers WWDC 2014 Session 301
access to 147 countries. This is really huge. Now that means one sign up, one payment set up, all your tax information, all that sort of financial transaction stuff that you need to get started with the program, you do that once and you're working across the globe. Even
Using Apple News Format to Create Rich and Responsive Stories WWDC 2016 Session 508
access to Apple News. Having that one version to fall back on will make a much better experience. So we talked about metadata. Let's dive into the content. So, content lives in a top-level array in your article, called components. And, each of your pieces of content is
Testing in Xcode 6 WWDC 2014 Session 414
access all the code in your application which means when we run the test, we run it in the context of your application. Alternatively, you can run them in a hosting process that's provided by Xcode. Resources for tests, as I mentioned before, are not in the main bundle
Introducing Safari View Controller WWDC 2015 Session 504
access to their credentials, their user names and passwords, but we're not giving access to the host app to this data. In fact, Safari View Controller runs in a separate process from your application. Which categorically frees you from the responsibility of thinking about this important sensitive user data
Camera Capture: Manual Controls WWDC 2014 Session 508
access to the H.264 video encoder during real-time capture and manual camera controls. Good news, you're getting both of them in iOS 8. [ Applause ] So, H.264 video encoder. We're introducing support for access to the hardware H.264 video encoder via the video toolbox APIs, which have already
Harnessing iOS to Create Magic in Your Apps WWDC 2013 Session 310
access the normal functions of your app. For us, there's the top right corner, there's the small white arrow thing, you can see it? If you tap that, the UI will minimize and then you can access the other functions of the store of the app. And just
Introducing Text Kit WWDC 2013 Session 210
access to features like interactive text coloring. As the user types into your app, you can change attributes. Let's pretend I'm building an interactive client for a popular internet messaging service. Just pretend, this is hypothetical. I type in my friend's handle, and it just sort of
Game Design and Development for iPhone OS, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 402
access align boundary box to boundary box, Graphics Gems 2. You kind of learn where those tricks are. Those fast algorithms, you want to get those books, have them on your shelves. Same thing applies to the Games Programming Gems which kind of has much larger systems in it. If
Introducing Blocks and Grand Central Dispatch on iPhone WWDC 2010 Session 206
access to a shared data structure by executing blocks on a queue and accessing the data structure only from those blocks. And because queues are lightweight, this is actually easier and cheaper in many cases than using locking. You can imagine queues being an on demand locking mechanism that only
Simplifying Networking Using Bonjour WWDC 2010 Session 205
access your machine across the other side of the country, it's wide area Bonjour and the standard Bonjour APIs that are doing that for you and if you have an application that registers with Bonjour and browses with Bonjour, then your application will work planet-wide using Back to
OpenGL for Mac OS X WWDC 2010 Session 420
access to hardware functionality. These are things your GPU could already do but you didn't have good access to. Most of this is 10.6.3 and above only. So if you want to target these cool new things you've got to use 10.6.3 and above. But first some advice
Core OS Networking WWDC 2010 Session 200
access to information on the fly, it's really, really a cool thing for them to be able to expect. And what it means though for you as developers is a real significant change in your mindset in terms of how you develop networking applications. The mobility is not the
Creating Extensions for iOS and OS X, Part 1 WWDC 2014 Session 205
access to information you want. And of course, we support this on Yosemite and you can see it looks gorgeous blended right over that new background. It's just beautiful, stunningly beautiful. The team did a great job. Next, I want to show you the Custom Action Extensions. You can
Advances in iOS Photography WWDC 2016 Session 501
accessing the camera. AV Foundation is broad and deep. If you're new to camera capture on iOS, I invite you to review our past WWC camera presentation videos listed here. They give you a good base for today's presentation and plus, you get to watch me age gracefully
Using iTunes and App Store Affiliate Tools and Technologies WWDC 2010 Session 133
access that way. And, finally, once we have this library of music or library of other content that you want to link to the iTunes Store, you might want to construct a custom playlist for your users, so that they can buy a mix of their favorite genre of music
Introduction to Xcode WWDC 2016 Session 413
access the text property. I can also autocomplete that. And let's set it equal to the string Hello. So now we have some code. We have our references. Let's see if this actually worked by rerunning it in the simulator. So our app is launching. Here's our
Introduction to Swift WWDC 2014 Session 402
access the first item in the Array just using subscripting. Here we're extracting eggs. If we want to add an item to the Array, we literally just add it to the Array, we add it to the end. Here we're adding a third item, flour. We can also
Improving Your App with Instruments WWDC 2014 Session 418
accessible to multiple apps in the system, even system apps can have behavior provided by your extension, you may want to select a process other than your main app executable when you're profiling your sharing extension. Now for this demo I'm actually going to select a today extension
What's New in Metal, Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 605
access qualifier write, and then you can write to your texture. Read-write texture, a texture to which you can both that you can both read and write in your shader. Only a limited number of formats is reported for those textures. To use the read-write texture you will
What's New in Security WWDC 2016 Session 706
access SSLv3. Research has simply moved too far for both of these technologies and no longer think that they provide effective security for our users. So, these are disabled. Other algorithms are starting to show their age; specifically SHA-1 is showing more and more vulnerability to attacks, as is
Monetize and Promote Your App with iAd WWDC 2015 Session 503
access to a subset of those filters, and in-app purchases allow users to gain access to even more incredible filters. This is my app development timeline, which may look similar to your own. Starting with the design phase, then I'll be developing the app, launching it in the
Optimizing I/O for Performance and Battery Life WWDC 2016 Session 719
accesses memory, and ultimately fetches data to or from the disk. If the network is involved, the network-based radios are interacted with as well. The combined power cost of all of these competents makes I/O a heavy operation in terms of battery usage. Since I/O has such an adverse
Introducing Apple File System WWDC 2016 Session 701
access or mutate them. And the data structures are also relatively rigid. And by this we mean things like the file record, or catalog record in HFS+, which is more or less equivalent to an inode in other filed systems, is fixed in order to add new fields, to expand
iMessage Apps and Stickers, Part 1 WWDC 2016 Session 204
access to Apple Pay; and your iMessage app will also be able to use the camera. And we believe these technologies and features will allow you to create great apps for your users. Now let's talk about supportive platforms. iMessage apps will only run on iOS X. However, the
Networking with NSURLSession WWDC 2015 Session 711
access to a shared data container, which both your app and its extensions can access. And this year we have introduced new API to let you create a cookie storage associated with that group container. And I would like to show you how to do that. So what you want
Building Watch Apps WWDC 2015 Session 108
access to the mic on the Watch itself and provide a great experience. And you have access to the Keychain now, so you can provide a really secure experience for your user. So in recap, we were able to discuss the architecture of an app, we added a Watch app
Making the Most of Search APIs WWDC 2016 Session 223
access to files or databases, and pay careful attention to your memory use. Do notice that each call to CoreSpotlight has a cost, so pass batches of items instead of single items when possible. And just making batches as small as ten items will still reduce the IPC overhead by
What's New in Core Data WWDC 2016 Session 242
access to all of that model's generated classes. If we zoom in for a look at the other generated files for entities configured to generate classes, Xcode creates two headers that you probably already recognize from generating classes yourself. One declares the class interface and the other declares the
Extending Your Apps with SiriKit WWDC 2016 Session 225
accessing the same data model. In the case of our chat app that meant it was the database as well as the data accessor methods written for it that could be moved to an embedded framework, so it could be reused by application and extension. After moving that, we took
Harnessing Metadata in Audiovisual Media WWDC 2014 Session 505
accessibility [ Silence ] in general last year in our "Preparing and Presenting Media [ Silence ] for Accessibility" talk so check that one out for more details. [ Silence ] For the purposes of this talk, [ Silence ] just know that to get this SDH label here, [ Silence ] it involves setting track-specific metadata. [ Silence ] So
Using and Extending the Xcode Source Editor WWDC 2016 Session 414
access to Xcode extensions to the text and metadata that they need at runtime to perform their operations. They don't get access to the project structure, they don't get access to the user's files on disc. And why are we doing it this way? Well, stability. We
What's New in SpriteKit WWDC 2016 Session 610
access to the latest version of the framework available without needing to be rebuilt and redeployed, so you're always up-to-date. And it's naturally integrated with Swift, so you can use it, all these great features, from our newest language. But the framework is only half of
What's New in Game Center WWDC 2016 Session 611
access that same data, say if you had your free version, your pay version, or, you know, other different kinds of versions of your game, they will still, if you set that up correctly, they will still all be able to access that same data. And you can also set
CloudKit Tips and Tricks WWDC 2015 Session 715
access to the public database. Let's say for demonstration purposes here that the clown central app will require an iCloud account. We talk about a couple of features that use the private database which, by definition, require an authenticated account. And by default, write access to the database requires
Adopting Advanced Features of the New UI of OS X Yosemite WWDC 2014 Session 220
accessible to the user again, but the scroll view presents kind of a challenge for us. We want it to start off unobscured by the title bar and we don't want the scroller to be obscured by the title bar either. However, if we just leave the scroll view
Optimize Your Code Using LLVM WWDC 2013 Session 408
accesses on modern architectures are expensive compared to most other operations. The compiler tries very, very hard to hide that cost by moving memory accesses around, removing redundant operations, killing dead code, but to do that effectively, the compiler needs to be able to analyze which pointers may possibly be
The Accelerate Framework WWDC 2013 Session 713
access to a lot of functionality. There's more than 2,000 APIs available on the Accelerate Framework. Throughout the rest of the talk we'll break this down into four easy-to-remember categories and show you what exactly is available. Think accurate. We spent a lot of time
Implementing OS X Push Notifications for Websites WWDC 2013 Session 614
access. Anywhere on iOS, I can just swipe down on my phone and I will see that push notifications that were most recently posted per app grouped together in Notifications Center. And this is great, not just because I know exactly where to go to get my notifications, but because
Building Apps with ResearchKit WWDC 2015 Session 213
accessing that step's property. Now if you need conditional logic, there is now another version of ordered task, a subclass of it, called ORKNavigable ordered task, which allows you to specify predicates on the results and corresponding destination steps. This is a recent addition to the framework from an
Creating Complications with ClockKit WWDC 2015 Session 209
access to in watchOS 2. I'm going to take a look at what that means in code. So let's zoom in on our soccer club digital ModularLarge template. This has four pieces. There is a header image that you can provide. Header text. And then there is two
AVCapturePhotoOutput - Beyond the Basics WWDC 2016 Session 511
access to all sensitive data. In order to use any of these services, you must provide a reason string. If you don't, your app will not be granted access to the desired service. The three specific keys you should be concerned about for Capture are NSCameraUsageDescription, NSMicrophone3UsageDescription, and NSPhotoLibraryUsageDescription
What’s New in State Restoration WWDC 2013 Session 222
access that state restoration archive, so in this case we take a simpler path. We let the application get its work done, fetch its assets, do whatever it needs to do in the background, but we don't try to restore state, we won't be able to access the
CloudKit Best Practices WWDC 2016 Session 231
access the same data in their applications across all of their devices. Next, Nihar is going to come up and talk about some details when using the CKOperation API. And the configurability and flexibility you can get when you use it. Then he's going to talk about some things
Developing tvOS Apps Using TVMLKit: Part 2 WWDC 2016 Session 229
accessible to your scripts using some simple class conventions in JavaScriptCore. Let's go into detail into each one of these methods starting with the simplest. When your TVML application loads, the first thing that's going to happen is, TVMLKit is going to fetch a JavaScript file that contains
Building Advanced iBooks HTML 5 Widgets and iAd Rich Media Ads WWDC 2013 Session 611
access it multiple times whenever you want to go and get access to it. So this is Instruments launched. And what we want to do is take a look at the memory profile associated with this particular demonstration. And so, what I'm going to use is this Activity Monitor
Achieving All-day Battery Life WWDC 2015 Session 707
access the network right now, don't access the network until there's something really important. In terms of design, anything that you can do to offload to the system and let the system decide when, give it some variance of in the next 10 minutes, the next hour, the
Designing for Game Controllers WWDC 2014 Session 611
accessible while they're playing with the game pad, and so is motion control of the device. And by "standard," we're referring to the controls layout on the gamepad, specifically that there's a D-pad, that there are four face buttons (A, B, X and Y, always in
What's New in Foundation Networking WWDC 2014 Session 707
access to the task that was asking the question. So there's a new category NSURLSessionTaskAdditions. If you look in the headers or on the NSURLLibrary, you're going to see this category show up, and it provides asynchronous gets and, presumably, asynchronous sets, although that's an implementation detail
What's New in Swift WWDC 2015 Session 106
access control. The problem is that Swift requires you to mark symbols Public to be visible to your unit test bundle so you can test them, leading to tons of stuff being public that really shouldn't be. Swift 2 and Xcode 7 has solved this problem. Now your code
Introducing App Search WWDC 2015 Session 709
access and search one of the things we found is that users want to search for things they have seen in the past. NSUserActivity makes searching this information and indexing it very easy. It sort of works like how a web browser maintains your browsing history and the user activity
Introducing On Demand Resources WWDC 2015 Session 214
access. And in a random access app, especially when the assets are larger, the content in total, what you want to do is tag more assets and read things in progressively so that as soon as the user makes a decision, they can start to see some progress of that
Hidden Gems in Cocoa and Cocoa Touch WWDC 2013 Session 228
accessed the source code and we didn't know that. And this is one of those. So, NSExpression can actually parse mathematical expressions. So here, I've got 3 plus 5 times 4e10. And if you've ever messed around with this spotlight menu in the upper right hand corner
OpenGL ES Tuning and Optimization WWDC 2010 Session 419
access or modify some kind of resource that the GPU also happened to be using. And so this can happen in a number of ways. It can happen because you're reading back the contents of a frame buffer that you rendered to or you're modifying the contents of
Building Great Workout Apps WWDC 2016 Session 235
access to your app while they're using it to workout. Finally, we're really excited to announce that workout apps in watchOS 3 can now be set up to run in the background. Let's talk more about background running. [ Applause ] Background running will elevate the experience of your
What's New in Cocoa WWDC 2015 Session 202
access the elements of the array as instances of the specified class or instances of a subclass as well. So this is now this works. Note that kindof is a compile time facility like most of the things I have talked about here. There is no runtime code changes, there
Discovering AV Foundation WWDC 2010 Session 405
access to in order to read information out of its container. The second one is a stream-based asset. We have a lesser degree of control over what we can read out of that asset. It's essentially being beamed to us by a server. There's a little bit
Mysteries of Auto Layout, Part 2 WWDC 2015 Session 219
accessibility identifiers on your views, those identifiers will show up in the log paired with those views, so you can find the view you are looking for. That's how I got Saturn from the constraints we saw earlier. It has an accessibility identifier called Saturn. You can also set
Improving the Full Screen Window Experience WWDC 2015 Session 221
access what's attached to the window. You can add them. You can insert them at a particular index. And you can remove them at a particular index. But it's really easy to just add and remove. And so here's what you'll typically do. You'll call
Introducing Watch Connectivity WWDC 2015 Session 713
access to the outstanding user info transfers in the queue. Next, let's talk about file transfer. An example we will use for file transfer is this image-editing app. The user can edit images on the iOS side, and then they can select their favorites, and those favorites are
Nearby Networking with Multipeer Connectivity WWDC 2013 Session 708
access point or if they're connected to different access points. So we think this will bring nearby networking on iOS to a whole new level. We're very excited about this. So what are the features of the framework? So as I just mentioned, we support multiple wireless technologies
Increase Usage of Your App With Proactive Suggestions WWDC 2016 Session 240
access to Siri so that we can say, "Call this place," for instance. And finally, we're indicating that this content supports both navigation and phone call. This way, the results will be presented in the spotlight UI. In Spotlight Search results UI, with the right quick action icons to
Authoring Rich Playgrounds WWDC 2015 Session 405
access to the name of our place, so we can just go ahead and throw that into the initializer there. So now, when we Quick Look our place again, we should see, cool, we've got Moscone Center there and everything is starting to look a bit more like a
Debugging with Xcode WWDC 2013 Session 407
access to Quick Looks which are also available in the variable view. We talked about some drawing diagnostics that you have access to. And we talked about XPC Services and the debug capabilities in Xcode. I know many of you; perhaps all of you have new features or new applications
What's New in NSCollectionView WWDC 2015 Session 225
access properties of that instance. All we really are going to need to do is wire our item up to the represented object, i.e. its ImageFile, and then all of these controls will just populate, including the image view over here. Because we're using a separate nib file for
Getting the Most out of App Analytics WWDC 2015 Session 303
accessible to more customers. This is the type of data that we deliver with App Analytics. With all of these, our ultimate goal is to help you build a better app. You are here to learn tips and tricks from experts so you can build a better app. That's
Speech Recognition API WWDC 2016 Session 509
accessing speech recognition. Authorization can be changed later in the device's privacy settings. Let's see what it looks like to recognize a prerecorded audio file. We'll assume we already have a file url. Recognition requires a speech recognizer which only recognizes a single language. The default initializer
What's New in UIKit Dynamics and Visual Effects WWDC 2015 Session 229
accesser on the dynamic item protocol. And now you can specify an ellipse type, which will derive from the bounds width and bounds height on the protocol. And finally, you can specify a UI BezierPath to use for the collision bounds of your dynamic item. Now, to accomplish this, we
Enhancements to SceneKit WWDC 2015 Session 606
access to the low-level APIs, which are OpenGL and Metal. SceneKit was introduced on OS X on Mountain Lion and last year on iOS in iOS 8. Last year, we added a few new features to SceneKit to make it ready for casual games, like particle systems, physics, force
What’s New in Kext Development WWDC 2013 Session 707
access to the system hierarchy, the whole hierarchy down from /System and everything in there. So, be proactive and stay out of there because changes are coming that will require that you not be there. So all the other common locations that I talked about, applications in your application bundle
Audio Unit Extensions WWDC 2015 Session 508
access an Audio Unit's View Controller, then you also need to use a new asynchronous method to do that. There is a new property, Request View Controller. It is also asynchronous. You can read about the details of that in Audio Unit properties.h. So about these asynchronous methods. You
Delivering an Exceptional Audio Experience WWDC 2016 Session 507
access the file system or sockets. We can't log. We can't even call a dispatch "async" because it allocates continuations. And we have to be careful not to interact with the Objective-C and Swift runtimes because they are not entirely real-time safe. There are cases when
Prototyping: Fake It Till You Make It WWDC 2014 Session 223
accessible on one screen. Problem solved. But wait a second. Is this really a good idea? If you think about it, the map is only half of its original size; so is the list. We have to pan the map more. We have to scroll the list more in order
Debugging in Xcode 6 WWDC 2014 Session 413
accesses the run data to generate this Bezier path that they gets overlaid onto the map. So let's look at that a little further. Well I'm going to click on the map and I'm going to hit this whoa, scrolls really fast. I'm going to hit
Advanced Swift WWDC 2014 Session 404
accessing part of the object in a way that a subscript operator does. And that's going to make it a major obstacle to somebody trying to actually understand your code. And finally it's okay to add new idioms that everybody who reads your code is going to have
What's New in Xcode 6 WWDC 2014 Session 401
access to the model data that it's going to present. For our application, most of our model data is stored in a user session class. So let me add a property to hold that now. So I'll call it userSession and declare its type. Naturally, we have live
What's New in Cocoa Touch WWDC 2010 Session 101
access to the video cameras through AV Foundations so you'll be able to capture right off the camera. You can put your own layers over the views that are drawing, right. So rather than putting up an MP media player controller and trying to get stuff in front of
Localizing with Xcode 6 WWDC 2014 Session 412
access resources within those bundles. And when you use NSBundle's APIs, they automatically get the most appropriate resource for your current language. And what's more, building bundles is directly supported by Xcode. So when you have localized resources in your application, you don't need to write scripts
Continuous Integration with Xcode 6 WWDC 2014 Session 415
access for everyone back on. So that's pretty good for me. I think that's a good set of access controls for my server. From OS X Server you can also set up hosted repositories. If you'd like Xcode Server to host your repositories for you, you can
Advanced Scrollviews and Touch Handling Techniques WWDC 2014 Session 235
access to the gesture recognizers themselves. But in 2012 with iOS 6, there was another fairly large internal update to UIScrollView that added support for resting touches. And so what I mean by this is that in previous years, prior to iOS 6, if you put a finger down on
Introducing iAd Workbench, The Best Way to Market Your App WWDC 2013 Session 604
access to creative agencies and may not want to spend even for all of that. You get the benefit of Apple designed beautiful templates here. The templates have been designed to ensure that your app is highlighted in the banners. So we have five templates, each with five colors. So
Best Practices for Mastering Auto Layout WWDC 2012 Session 228
access on iOS and you pass horizontal or vertical and if you call this in the debugger, keep in mind that horizontal is 0 and vertical is 1 so you don’t have to type out those long constants. And it’s also possible that the layout is ambiguous and
System Trace in Depth WWDC 2016 Session 411
access rather than allocation. So you can ask for a large allocation from the kernel, let's say 500 meg, but you don't actually back that with physical memory until you start touching or accessing the pages of that allocation in your process. So it's something to think
Advanced CloudKit WWDC 2014 Session 231
accessing it at the same time. And if every one of those clients is trying to save if, save the same record and you're locking on that, most of those clients are going to be hitting locking errors, they're going to hit conflicts, and they're going to
Introducing Scene Kit WWDC 2012 Session 504
access all the objects and all the property of your scene so you can of course move, scale and rotate the objects in your scene. You can also add some animations, change the colors or change the textures, adjust the lighting etc. To do this, you need to know what
Wallet - The home for Apple Pay and more WWDC 2015 Session 701
access via PassKit, our framework. The second value we use is a passTypeIdentifier. And now this defines the class or the category of passes that this particular pass is. You register for this in the developer portal as well. We also use this value to group passes together. And lastly
What’s New in iTunes Connect WWDC 2013 Session 306
access that same data. That is App Transfer. It's available today, and we're very excited to see how you use it. [applause] Dave: With that, I'm going to turn the time over to Nick Oogloff [phonetic] to talk about our automation enhancements. Nik: I'm Nik Uglov
Designing Intuitive User Experiences WWDC 2014 Session 211
accessed by tapping that button. And these conventions that exist, at least for iOS and Mac, are not at all arbitrary. Swiping to delete isn't just intuitive because of the thousands and thousands of apps that support that same interaction. It's consistent, or sorry, that's a part
Enhancing VoIP Apps with CallKit WWDC 2016 Session 230
access the app's list of calls and references them by UUID which we'll show later. Next, we have we create a CXProvider instance and we pass it something called a provider configuration which we see here. The provider configuration is something we'll go into more detail later
What’s New in Safari and WebKit for Web Developers WWDC 2013 Session 600
accessibility and better integration with other devices. And finally, I'll tell you about a bunch of smaller enhancements that I think you'll find very handy. Before we dig in, I want to take a moment to talk about the dash WebKit prefix. This is a technique that we
Metal Performance Optimization Techniques WWDC 2015 Session 610
access. And you do this with the shared storage mode option when you create your resource. And this creates resources in memory shared by both the CPU and the GPU. Now, this is actually the default storage mode on iOS, iOS devices being unified memory architecture, so the same memory
Implementing Engaging UI on iOS WWDC 2013 Session 226
access. And because we want these to be evaluated at exactly the same time, we create a motion effect group. We add both of those motion effects and then we add that to the button. So each button has its own grouping of motion effects. And that's how each
Talking In Pictures: Reconstructing the Building Blocks of Language WWDC 2016 Session 106
access to words. So instead of having to speak them out, instead of having to remember how they sounded, they could use pictures to communicate. So, for example, if a kid wanted to say that they were hungry and they wanted something to eat, they could go into the app
Turn-Based Gaming with Game Center WWDC 2013 Session 506
accessible from the match. The next class, the participant, you know, this is the seat. This is how many people are playing the game and who they are if you know. Alright so, if we know who they are it's a player ID but you got to keep in
Integrating with Game Controllers WWDC 2013 Session 501
Access to the MFi program grants technical information such as the specification that we have put together concerning MFi game controllers. Hardware components such as the lightning connector that some of you may choose to use in your game controller. Test tools, technical support and last but not least certification
Safari, Internet and Web State of the Union WWDC 2010 Session 500
access. This is the 1Password overview screen. Everything you see here is built using open web standards. On the left, you see logins. They help you to quickly login to different websites. In the center identities they help with signing up for new online accounts and on the right credit
Introducing the Modern WebKit API WWDC 2014 Session 206
access to a ton of cool features. And we're using the multi-process architecture that we're also using on Safari on both OS X and Lion, and now on iOS with iOS 8. In fact, one of the goals we had with this modern API was to take
API Design for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch WWDC 2010 Session 138
access into an array. Here's another example where you're calling a method which expects a caller but you're calling it with a string, you know sort of maybe looks like a caller. And an invalid parameter value, we often consider nil not to be a valid string
Best Practices for Building SpriteKit Games WWDC 2014 Session 608
access to the high-performance engine running underneath SpriteKit. In this case it's running inverse kinematics. And this little scene was set up in Xcode. And very quickly just clicking and setting up a couple of parameters. Here's another one that's actually new and cool. You can
What's New in Instruments WWDC 2010 Session 304
access the views and see the data in Instruments. So now you can collapse away just about anything you don't want to see. Collapse away the track view, collapse away the Instruments list and configuration panel on the left. Collapse away the extended detail view. And if that's
Sensing Device Motion in iOS 4 WWDC 2010 Session 423
access them in your code. Then, we're really deep dive into some of the features and give you a good understanding of what they are. Finally, we'll write some code. But before we get to any of that, let's talk about an idea. This is an idea
Power and Performance: Optimizing Your Website for Great Battery Life and Responsive Scrolling WWDC 2013 Session 607
access the web inspector through Safari's develop menu. And then the tab that's most interesting in terms of power usage is the timelines tab. So you can switch to that tab and then you would start recording a timeline by pressing the button. And then interact with your
Advanced Gesture Recognition WWDC 2010 Session 121
access to everything. So what what do you have to do. Subclass UIGestureRecognizer. All right, what do I implement. Well, there's just one single most important thing to well actually sorry we have to get to that in one second. Before we do that, keep in mind that UIGestureRecognizer
Creating Secure Applications WWDC 2010 Session 204
access to a file. If you can't execute through the parent directory of a particular file, you can't see the file much less read it. However, world-read permissions are not appropriate for everything. So if you have a file where world-read permissions aren't appropriate or
What's New in Swift WWDC 2016 Session 402
accessibility engine was rewritten in Swift. Why did we do this? We just didn't rewrite code just for the sake of rewriting code. The code had kind of grown organically over time as features had been added and it was time to refactor it. But also some new functionality
Swift API Design Guidelines WWDC 2016 Session 403
accesses. Compiler validates that these are actually Objective-C properties, gets the right names. And then produces the string that we pass down into the frameworks. And so between #selector and #keyPath, you can essentially not worry about the Objective-C names. You just write everything in terms of the
Core Animation in Practice, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 425
access, which is normal to the rotation. So, when we get that, that's going to do what we saw on the previous slide, and then finally we'll just set the duration at the animation of the layer, and off we go. So, one final animation point, which is
Delivering Audio and Video Using Web Standards, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 502
accessible through CSS. Style it however you want. For the next step, we're going to push past what the built-in controller can do and add functionality that it never could in the first place. So subtitles, why should you care about subtitles? For one reason, perhaps you have
Getting the Most Out of Safari Integrated Developer Tools WWDC 2010 Session 507
access to DOM elements that were probably generated through JavaScript, which you won't be able to find in your editor. So something neat about this DOM hierarchy is as you hover over the elements, they actually highlight on the page. So some that move might not work perfectly, but
Profiling in Depth WWDC 2015 Session 412
access a property on an object. Its purpose is to look up the method implementation for the selector and invoke that method. That's a long way of saying that's how we do dynamic dispatch in Objective-C. Objc msgSend is extremely fast and does not push a stack
Launch-on-Demand WWDC 2010 Session 210
accessible is not what we want here. Because then that means we have to keep things running all the time or the client has to have knowledge of the server's life cycle. So we can sum all this up by just saying we have to learn to let go
Focus Interaction on tvOS WWDC 2016 Session 215
accessibility. The good news here is that the Focus engine again does some work for you. For example, if the user wants a high-contrast user interface, the Focus engine will helpfully put an extra ring around the currently focused item to really make it pop out on the screen
What's New in UICollectionView in iOS 10 WWDC 2016 Session 219
access your data models, set them on the cell, and return them back to the system. Now, right before that cell's about to go on screen, we'll call willDisplayCell. This will give your app a chance to do any other last-minute work it needs to do before
Multitasking Essentials for Media-Based Apps on iPad in iOS 9 WWDC 2015 Session 211
access to the camera inside your application and use the entire iPad as a view finder. Now, if using the camera is not the primary feature of your application, you will likely want to adopt the multitasking enhancements on iPad. Our notes app is a great example of this. People
What's New in Web Development in WebKit and Safari WWDC 2015 Session 501
accessible for people coming to JavaScript from languages like Swift or C++ or other class-based syntax languages. So here I have a simple example of a polygon class written in the standard prototype syntax. But in ES6, a new syntax has been introduced, an object, a class-based syntax
Keeping Your Watch App Up to Date WWDC 2016 Session 218
accessible dock. They can then swipe through the dock to get a quick look at their data in one place. This is now also part of your app. People are using your application's data in many different ways and expect all of those ways to be in sync and
What's New in the LLVM Compiler WWDC 2010 Session 312
access of our releases today is we have two releases, we have the Xcode 3 Production Release and the Xcode 4 Developer Preview. So, today, I'm going to start by talking about Xcode 3 and the new features we have in the Production Release. And then later in the
Ingredients of Great Games WWDC 2014 Session 602
access to the GPU to interleave graphics and compute, and so on. And really take control yourself over how the frame is being rendered. So that is number seven: optimize graphics performance. Okay, number eight: now, we're lifting out of the tech in just a couple of really kind
Advanced Tips and Tricks for High Resolution on OS X WWDC 2012 Session 245
accessibility to the text engine and a single API such as drawing [inaudible 0:38:17] gives you convince way to render NS string efficiently and NS Cell renders many user interface control strings. These APIs can be categorized into two groups further. One is document contents. NS lay out
LLVM Technologies in Depth WWDC 2010 Session 313
access from Foo are well we know its methods and so in this case the only results you're going to get is the method bar and you could explicitly call the destructor for Foo; very precise results, these are operator overloading and templates, this is something that you could
Game Center Techniques, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 410
accessible from the GKMatch. You can use properties on the Voice Chats or methods to start and stop them so you can hear selected chats. You can have multiple chats going. The microphone is always routed to only a single chat. And you can increase or decrease the volume of
Mastering Xcode for iPhone OS Development, Part 2 WWDC 2010 Session 303
Access, you don't have to go to the portal, it does it all from within Xcode. Additionally, if you are an agent or an admin or a single person on an individual team, it will go ahead and approve that CSR for you immediately. So, the certificate is ready
Painting the Future WWDC 2013 Session 109
access to the new Mac Pro. We originally designed MARI with multiple GPUs in mind. For me it makes so much sense that you're going to want to be processing huge amounts of data on one device while you're displaying it fluidly at 60 frames per second on
Power, Performance and Diagnostics: What's new in GCD and XPC WWDC 2014 Session 716
access to the CPU prioritized, and the idea is that under contention, high priorities get to the CPU first. But even if you set low-priority there's no restriction to your execution if they're no contention, but then if something high-priority comes along like a UI action
Integrating Ads with iAd WWDC 2010 Session 112
access the delegate at that point because we don't know that it's gone away. So just remember, always set the banner view delegate to nil before you release it. So now let's talk about multiple interface orientations. This is really a question of ad content sizes. So
Custom Transitions Using View Controllers WWDC 2013 Session 218
access an updated value in sync with our own animation. So I'd like to show you what you can do with that. A very simple custom layout, a stack layout that's in a collection view controller implemented in navigation controller. So I have this nice layout to layout
The New iTunes Connect WWDC 2014 Session 302
access to these builds right away, and beta app review will be required to unlock your 1,000 testers. But while your build is in review, you can continue to upload new builds, and your internal testers can continue to test, and you can continue to manage your testers in
Deeper into GameplayKit with DemoBots WWDC 2015 Session 609
accessing everything else on demand. We recognize this does add complication. When you talk about presenting the next Scene traditionally you know it is in local storage, you can prepare those resources, and when the user requests it, you can present. Now we're adding an extra complication. Maybe you
What's New in Notifications WWDC 2015 Session 720
access technical support and developer forums, and please direct general inquiries to Paul, our core list evangelist. There are related sessions you may be interested in, specifically ones about ClockKit, Watch connectivity, and things that Michel demoed and the networking with NSURL session has more details on HTTP/2. Thank you
Taking Control of Auto Layout in Xcode 5 WWDC 2013 Session 406
access to these features. And of course and along with the new Auto Layout workflows and of course support for iOS 7, Xcode 5 brings along a new readable and diff-able XML format for this. [ Applause ] If you'd like more information, you can contact the Dev Tools Evangelist
Advanced Touch Input on iOS WWDC 2015 Session 233
access to more information with these coalesced touches. The coalesced touches not only have information about the intermediate touches but they also give you a copy of the main touch itself. And the great thing about this is that it allows you a choice. You can look at the main
What's New in iOS Notifications WWDC 2014 Session 713
accesses any files on disk, you need to be sure that they belong in the correct data protection class. For more information on data protection, we'll point you toward some more resources at the end of this session. So here's an example of the accept invite action. It
Fix Bugs Faster using Activity Tracing WWDC 2014 Session 714
access you wanted to create, it will actually create a separate activity ID on that next thread on whatever work you're trying to initiate. So, now you have two completely individual activities to scope this information into your diagnostic reports. So, how do you initiate an activity? So, I
Designing Apps with Scroll Views WWDC 2010 Session 104
access up front to the sizes of the content that you're going to display. So I'm going to show you where this change needs to take place. It's in this configurePage-forIndex method that I keep calling, but I haven't shown you yet. So, let's
Advances in AVFoundation Playback WWDC 2016 Session 503
access log to make a better guess about the bitrate that the next playback station is going to get. So let's suppose that you come up with a hero stick based on startup quality and recent bitrate statistics. And you decide on a way to choose which variant you
Live Photo Editing and RAW Processing with Core Image WWDC 2016 Session 505
access the value for key kCIInput ImageNoiseReductionAmount. If we want to alter that, it's equally easy. We just set a new value for that key. When we're done making changes, we ask for the outputImage and we're done. That's all we need to do. Of course
What's New in Core Audio WWDC 2015 Session 507
accessible from Swift as well. It supports low latency real-time audio. Using AVAudioEngine, you will be able to perform a variety of audio tasks, like play and record audio, connect various audio processing blocks together to form your processing chain. You could capture audio at any point in this
Iterative UI Design WWDC 2016 Session 805
accessibility zoom functionality in system preferences so I could zoom in really quickly and make sure that everything is pixel perfect. Okay. I'm going to do the same thing for lines. I know that this line is 1 point. Again, I'm going to zoom in to make sure
Simplifying Touch Event Handling with Gesture Recognizers WWDC 2010 Session 120
access it from the handler. You want to do that all the time. And the location we're getting in the view is super view so we have a steady reference frame. And then we're going to switch on State. It will go to through four states. In the
Advanced Media for the Web WWDC 2014 Session 504
accessed. And the browser picks the appropriate stream based on the characteristics of the current device. Now Safari on OS X and iOS use the AV Foundation Framework to play HLS streams so you get the same high quality streaming experience as the native apps. And AV Foundation will seamlessly
Model-View-Controller for iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 116
access, that a table is going to be populated with a set of multiple choices, and that the user is going to choose one of them. That's going to be the responsibility of the controller to then turn around and take that change and commit it back to the
Optimizing In-App Purchases WWDC 2014 Session 303
access and be sure that you only hand out those valuable assets to people who have paid. But what you definitely don't want to do is try and use that online validation service directly from the device. Now there was a time a little while ago when that was
Getting Started with CareKit WWDC 2016 Session 237
accessibility. We'll localize it for all the languages we support in CareKit. And then we'll do QA testing for all the supported platforms. We might ask for your help during this process as well. And then once the feature's ready, we'll go ahead and merge it
Optimize Your Earning Power With iAd WWDC 2014 Session 222
access your view on that view controller. We're then going to make a request up the ad server. It's going to come and hopefully a banner is going to load. And at that time, we're going to move the banner onscreen and we're going to resize
Working Effectively with Objective-C on iPhone OS WWDC 2010 Session 113
access to the private instance variables, again, a little dangerous here. We don't allow that across frameworks, though. These categories are very useful. Let's talk about Memory Management. So why? Well, if you don't do it well, you're going to crash. Memory Management is about keeping
Go Live with ReplayKit WWDC 2016 Session 601
accessible to the system and the broadcast service. Alright, so to illustrate how this works, we've been working with flair games to implement the broadcast feature, and the flagship game, Olympus Rising. So it's a really awesome game. It's available in the app store today. And it
Improving Power Efficiency with App Nap WWDC 2013 Session 209
access to limited resources like CPU time, disk IO and most importantly for this talk, energy. So in designing this feature, we wanted to focus system resources on the most important user work. And the benefit of that is going to be increased battery life and improved responsiveness. Now the
Platforms Kickoff WWDC 2012 Session 101
access it wirelessly anywhere on any devices. That's the goal of iCloud. iCloud was introduced last year. It's integrated in OS X and iOS. It's a free service. And it's simple and easy for our users to use. As I said we are integrating iCloud in
Architecting for Performance on watchOS 3 WWDC 2016 Session 227
access to your very favorite applications right from the watch face. We encourage you to adopt this policy for your application as well. Implement a complication whether or not you have data to display. Additionally, new in watchOS 3 we've brought you the dock. Just by pressing the side
Going Server-side with Swift Open Source WWDC 2016 Session 415
access to Swift from other platforms. In fact, we're seeing steady growth and interest in executions and sessions coming from other operating systems. We're very pleased to see this, and we'd like to see Swift grow even more. We're also seeing usage from around the globe
Internationalization Best Practices WWDC 2016 Session 201
specifically is Inclusive App Design. It kind of will talk more about some of the things I mentioned at the end about how you can keep an inclusive design in mind for both internationalization and for users that need accessibility support. And that's all. Thank you very much. [ Applause ]
App Thinning in Xcode WWDC 2015 Session 404
access to content. In this particular case, the asset packs that are built by Xcode based on your asset tags get moved off. They are stored separately from your IPA in the App Store. You can download them on-demand. You can designate some of them as being part of
Exploring Scroll Views on iOS 7 WWDC 2013 Session 217
access to this year. If you have more questions about this stuff, Jake Behrens is the UI Frameworks Evangelist or sorry, the App Frameworks Evangelist now. Documentation, of course, we've got the UIScrollView Programming Guide and the Apple Developer Forums are a great place to find out about this
Improving Your Existing Apps with Swift WWDC 2015 Session 403
accessing their properties, exactly the same way that you work with classes. It's exactly the same way that you work with enums, or enums. It's all the same consistent style. We also get to use initializers that are the same across all the different data types. We get
HTTP Live Streaming Authoring and Validation WWDC 2016 Session 510
access this page. But remember that developer accounts are free. Now once you've done that, you end up on the downloads page. The download itself is a disk image which contains an installer package. Now the screenshot here is a little out of date. You should see a newer
Best Practices for Great iOS UI Design WWDC 2013 Session 225
access to tools, doesn't distract from the content that they're creating. Well, what works for that? Dark palette. Let's look at some similar apps, what did they do? What are the characteristics of those apps? So there's a progression of considerations that you have to go
Supporting the Enterprise with OS X Automation WWDC 2015 Session 306
accessible by 40 or 50 people in a local network area by both computers and wireless devices as well, and how we can use automation and the technologies of OS X to make that possible. The second scenario we're going to look at a basic thing that faces everyone
Debugging Tips and Tricks WWDC 2016 Session 417
access is now done either as properties or through accessor functions or whatever so that and they're generally that's not the code you're trying to debug. So you end up in a scenario like this you know I'm here I'm trying to get into this
Creating Content With iAd JS, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 510
access to it, it's the same popup, you know do you allow this ad to see your current location. Now the annotations are pretty easy, obviously they [got a lat, long, this is their position and the name of the description, now this is the title and subtitle of
Designing with Animation WWDC 2015 Session 803
access to them, there is Keynote. And that's what we are going to be using today because it's very quick to make animations, and it's very, very quick to get things onto a device. So let's look again at the requests from our CEO. Conveniently, they
Building Concurrent User Interfaces on iOS WWDC 2012 Session 211
accessed this directly probably. UIKit surfaces that context to you via UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext which you've probably used if you've ever done any CG drawing calls of your own in drawRect. Even if you haven't the methods that you may be more familiar with like UImage drawAtPoint, the Bezier
What's New in Managing Apple Devices WWDC 2015 Session 301
access documents on their OS X server account. There are a number of other settings added to existing payloads, including a lot of changes in the IKEv2 VPN connection type, more about that later, and a large number of new restrictions. So let's look at those. There are a
Advanced Editing with AV Foundation WWDC 2013 Session 612
access to the pixels with the CPU and the GPU to colorize, warp, texture map. Achieve a much wider variety of complex effects. And we'll see more of the sea otters later [laughter]. So custom video compositor. But what is a video compositor? Well, it's basically a chunk
Using Interface Builder in Xcode 4 WWDC 2010 Session 315
access the objects that are in the rest of your object graph at runtime. And that's the role of the File's Owner. Okay, so now I want to do another demo. As I said, this session is demo-heavy. So for those of you that are familiar with
What's New in Internationalization WWDC 2015 Session 227
access this at the Foundation level. You simply call a 'string by applying transform.' Then you provide a string or here a constant, representing how you wish to transform the string. Here, we wish to translate the emoji character or, sorry, transliterate the emoji character "thumbs up" into an XML
Advanced Memory Analysis with Instruments WWDC 2010 Session 311
accessible allocated memory that is never used again. It's conceptually abandoned by you, the programmer, abandoned by your app; it's leftover and it's wasted or perhaps just forgotten. And so this memory is not nearly as easy to detect and more importantly, it also occurs in garbage
Designing a Great In-App Purchase Experience WWDC 2014 Session 218
accessible from that wheel screen. So this is a perfect opportunity to preload those images so then they'll be available. The images and data will be there when people seek it out. And 1 final tip is you should cache artwork appropriately so it's not going to have
Efficient Design with XPC WWDC 2013 Session 702
access to your heap data or at least a part of it. And there might be a password in there. There could be any number of little gems for a security attacker to take advantage of. So, now that we've covered how you would safely share a piece of
Cocoa Touch Best Practices WWDC 2015 Session 231
access to. So that's layout. The next best practice I want to impart upon you is to use properties in your classes as an alternative to tags on UIView. So what I mean here is if you are using View With Tag or Set Tag UIView API and shipping
What's New in Table and Collection Views WWDC 2014 Session 226
access this later. What's great about that? First, you can actually call these methods several times. You're going to aggregate that information. What does that mean for your layout? Let's take a very simple grid-like layout with section headers. And you want to implement a sticky
Creating Great App Previews WWDC 2014 Session 304
accessible to every developer. And now that we're doing that, we're strongly encouraging everyone to get on board. We really want you to get on board. We're here for the session. We're going to be in the lab. We're here to help you get on
iPad Development Overview WWDC 2010 Session 111
access or for this idiom and then calls that and it returns that answer, and if it doesn't respond to the selector, it goes ahead and just returns idiom phone. And that's actually a really good technique also in terms of dealing with symbol availability. You're going
Introduction to Sprite Kit WWDC 2013 Session 502
access to a number of functionalities including doing hit test within rectangles to see what bodies are in there. You can do ray casts from any points if you want to use that to drive your AI or pathfinding system. You can also add joints between nodes. You can set
Storyboards and Controllers on OS X WWDC 2014 Session 212
access them by asking to instantiate the controller with identifier. We'll find it in the storyboard with that name. We'll instantiate, start doing the wiring up and hand it back to you, then you can take it from there. So that's really all there is with storyboards
AVAudioEngine in Practice WWDC 2014 Session 502
access to each of the bands and set up the different filter parameters. Connecting the EQ is no different than what we've already seen. I can connect the player to the EQ with the file's processing format and connect the EQ to the engine's output node with
Building Modern Frameworks WWDC 2014 Session 416
access the same framework, but we're not letting you use the framework out of some other application installed even if it's one of your own. All right, so all of these things get imbedded directly in the application. So your apps are still completely stand-alone items. So
Advances in AirPrint WWDC 2013 Session 711
access to the object but just don't peek at it because everything inside of it is subject to change at any time. If you need control over paper size like pages, for example, at the document center gap where the user is designing their layout with the page in
Editing Movies in AV Foundation WWDC 2015 Session 506
access that and create a movie from a block of data. We are not actually going to talk about this anymore in this talk, but if you look at our sample code package called AVMovieEditor, you will see very nicely how you can put stuff and take stuff off of
Delivering Audio and Video Using Web Standards, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 501
access is totally free which is pretty cool. There are a lot of great sessions coming up this week related to HTML5 media and web technologies in general. A couple of specific ones that I wanted to point out to you: In this room following this session we have Delivering
What's New in tvOS WWDC 2016 Session 206
accessed from across iOS, Mac OS, and tvOS and can also be shared. And thanks to iCloud authentication, you don't have to ask your customers for a separate login anymore. And this is still true even if your app happens to also run on other platforms that do not
Editing Media with AV Foundation WWDC 2010 Session 407
accessing it continuously, periodically from another thread or maybe even another process. Well, now, if you go ahead and try to change it essentially behind AV Foundations back, well, you can imagine that bad things can happen. So our recommendation is that you pass a copy for these tasks, and
Core Animation in Practice, Part 1 WWDC 2010 Session 424
access to the media protocol. You can also chain your animations using various timings. But that's also a possibility. OK. So what we've done is we've put together a sample code. What I've trying to do is put up sample code that will make that will
Bringing Your iOS Apps to OS X WWDC 2013 Session 216
access to on your WWDC app for Auto Layout. Introduction to SpriteKit, I made a plug for it earlier. That's going to be great if you're doing any kind of cross-platform 2D Game. Best practices for Cocoa Animation, that's a great place to go to for
What's New with Wallet and Apple Pay WWDC 2016 Session 704
access to their different payment cards, as well as shipping, billing and contact information. And they can see a detail of what they are paying for. When they're ready to pay, they simply double click the side button and it's done. It is that simple. Now let's
Advances in SceneKit Rendering WWDC 2016 Session 609
access to all the other kind of lights. So omnidirectional, directional, and spot lights work with physically based rendering. And actually we have [inaudible] so that you can be a better configure. For instance, we added the light's intensity. A light's intensity is expressed in lumens which a
What’s New in iBooks Author WWDC 2013 Session 605
access the equation input user experience through the Insert panel, I'm going to insert equation and up will pop our Equation Editor. And I hope to God, I can remember this equation. So for circular pads, the equation is something like 2 [inaudible] 3. There you go. You can
Advanced Objective-C and Garbage Collection Techniques WWDC 2010 Session 144
access control splitting among multiple files, et cetera. Not writing code using synthesized properties. Let the compiler write accessors and instance variables for you. Not executing code, using weak-linked classes to write an application that runs on a newer OS uses the features of the newer OS, but also
Developing Your App with Xcode 4 WWDC 2010 Session 308
accessible here with this handy little clock icon, in the center. You can see the revision on the left and you can select any revision you'd like to, going back through time on the right. The thicker bars that stand for revision, the thinner bars divide the dates. You
NSURLSession: New Features and Best Practices WWDC 2016 Session 711
access information about what's really happening under the hood with your network transactions. This will help you in your debugging and development to be able to get, you know, fix your apps and make your apps work the best that they can be. And tune, really tune the Web
Enhancing User Experience with Scroll Views WWDC 2012 Session 223
accessing the scroll view's pan gesture recognizer property. I'm just taking that gesture recognizer and I'm moving it over to the dummy view. I only care about the pan gesture recognizer in this case, because I'm not trying to allow zooming on my view. Then finally
Getting the Most Out of Web Inspector WWDC 2013 Session 603
accessible as it should be from the user interface of our previous version is the ability to add a new rule. So we've made that a lot easier. There's a big button in the style sidebar, you can't miss it, and what it and we've also
Developing CarPlay Systems, Part 1 WWDC 2016 Session 722
access Siri even if the CarPlay UI isn't showing. Usually this requirement is satisfied with a push-to-talk button on the steering wheel. For the Siri button, we require that the head unit send iPhone all button up/down events so that interaction during the Siri conversation is possible