I had an incredible time at SwiftSummit last week! Learned A LOT and got the best gift from @NeoNacho! Sign up on their website (or just keep following my newsletter and Twitter) to get alerted when the videos from the talks come out! Should be around a month or so. Meanwhile, here are austenmc's field notes.
One thing I don't think about too much, but that @kristinathai included in her talk on How to Build A Compelling Watch App is accessibility. She had a slide with this tweet showing how designing for permanent disabilities (such as for someone who has only one arm) can benefit people with a situational disability (a new parent holding a baby in one arm!).
Haven't thought about it this way, but that definitely brings it home. We will all have situational disabilities at some point - thinking of walking through the airport with a hot cup of tea in one hand and rolling my suitcase while trying to use my phone to check my gate!). Thanks @kristinathai for including that in your talk!
Swift Around the Web
- keychain-swift - Helper functions for saving text in Keychain securely for iOS, OS X, tvOS and watchOS.
- Aerial - Apple TV Aerial Screensaver for Mac
- TKSwitcherCollection - An animated switch collection
- QueryKit - A simple CoreData query language for Swift and Objective-C.
- Fluent - Swift animation made easy
- PhoneNumberKit - A Swift framework for parsing, formatting and validating international phone numbers. Inspired by Google's libphonenumber. Blog post here.