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iOS

Pushing Data to Apple Watch Complications via PushKit

Last year at WWDC, Apple introduced watchOS 2 and with it the ability to build native apps for the Apple Watch. In addition, we were now able to create custom “complications” (complications are a watch-world term for non-time features on your watch... Read more »

iOS App Distribution Options

When creating iOS applications, there are several possible methods of distribution to consider. Foraker works with all different types of clients: from entrepreneurs to established businesses and even enterprise customers. These different types... Read more »

iOS Crash Reporting

If you’re used to building Web apps, developing for mobile can be a bit of an eye-opener. Instead of being able to completely control a server-side environment, with an iOS app, you have customers running your software in a myriad of different... Read more »

iOS 5 Means Even More Great Apps in the App Store

After announcing iOS 5 at their World Wide Developers Conference this past June, Apple is getting closer to unleashing it on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users everywhere. The company has referenced a fall ship date for the final product and... Read more »