It’s rare to have a one controller application, even in something as small as the Apple watch. Multiple View Controllers, or Interface Controllers as they are called in WatchKit, need ways to move between controllers. WatchOS2 has a simplified version of the iOS navigation… Continue Reading “Using WatchOS2 Navigation in Swift”
Apple WatchKit gives you a choice when it comes to navigation. You can be Page-based as we introduced in our last lesson. Another alternative, is hierarchical interfaces, which closely resemble navigation controllers on the phone. In this lesson, we’ll introduce the hierarchical type of… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 2: Hierarchical Interfaces)”
The Simulator for WatchKit is the worst part of Xcode. It’s horribly buggy, and has one particular bug that freezes or kills your running app very often. I had a hard time figuring this out, but once I found one place that discussed it,… Continue Reading “Swift WatchKit: Introducing Navigation to the Apple Watch(Part 1: Page Interfaces)”
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