- Par helabenkhalfallahmobile
- Le 21/06/2016
What’s New in Swift 3?
Development major version Swift 3.0 :
Xcode 8 is now available in beta version.
Like usual, Xcode 8 will come with an automatic migration tool to swift 3.0.
Xcode 8 integrate many important enhancement specially for Interface Builder (xib)
iOS 10 What's New :
- Proactive Suggestions
- Integrating with the Messages App
- User Notifications framework
- Speech framework
- App Extensions
I think that the most important topic on WWDC 2016 is Siri, all is about that feature, it is a really revolution !!
Apple had underline the use of Siri on every type of OS (macOS, iOS,…).
Siri is considered among the seven great features in macOS Sierra.
An awesome introduction was made to Siri on macOS when Craig Federighi has said : « And this year, I’d like to unusual step of letting this features introduce itself. » and Siri says : « Hi, it’s me », Siri is coming to the macOS, awesome !!
Siri on macOS can : make sophisticated queries for files (« show the files I worked on last week about the offsite ») , refine query, helps for multitask (play playlist when we are on fullscreen presentation for example), help to complete presentation (drag and drop Siri result on a presentation), search web, send message, search for a movie,… and many others features !!!
And as usual to extend feature’s functionalities, Apple open the door to developer by offering Dev Kit.
Each year at WWDC, Apple celebrates developers and the very best apps on its platforms with the Apple Design Awards. These award-winning apps are held up by Apple as raising the bar in design, technology, and innovation. Each app combines rich functionality and high performance, taking advantage of the latest features in Apple's operating systems to provide unique experiences that enrich the App Store and customers' lives. As Apple explains it in the WWDC app, the purpose of the Apple Design Awards is to 'recognize state of the art iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS apps that reflect excellence in design and innovation.'
At WWDC 2016, Apple has announced the next version of its Mac operating system: Sierra. OS X is ditched now and the new operating system will simply be called "macOS."
macOS Sierra includes some impressive new capabilities, including Siri, an automatic unlocking feature, universal Clipboard support, new iCloud integration, Apple Pay for the web, and more.