WWDC 2012 Session 303: Staying on Track with Location Services by Jay Bruins


Location Services provides a variety of services to know where you are, where you’re headed, and when you’ve arrived. Come hear details about improvements to the CoreLocation framework in iOS and exciting new additions in OS X. Learn tips to let you get the most out of the framework in a power-efficient and user friendly way.

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WWDC 2012 Session 411: Source Control Management in Xcode by Eric Dudiak


Xcode provides powerful ways to work directly with Git and Subversion repositories. Learn how Xcode’s SCM features can help you work more efficiently with your team, juggle numerous development branches, find and fix bugs, and better understand the history of your code with the Version editor.

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WWDC 2012 Session 707: Simplify Networking with Bonjour by Dr Stuart Cheshire and Rory McGuire


Learn how your network applications and services on iOS, OS X and other platforms can use Bonjour to simplify your user experience. Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, is used by a wide range of products and applications for streamlined and reliable networking to easily publish, discover, and resolve network services.

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WWDC 2012 Session 302: Selling Products with Store Kit by Daniel Feldman


In-App Purchase has proven to be a tremendous way to sell products, services, and subscriptions directly inside your app. With new support for selling products that are hosted securely by Apple, you have even more options for how to deliver your content to users in a highly scalable fashion. See how you can even sell other products like music, movies, books, and apps without the user even leaving your application.

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WWDC 2012 Session 206: Secure Automation Techniques in OS X by Sal Soghoian and Chris Nebel


When it comes to securely automating your OS X system, there’s good news, and then there’s good news. The popular technologies of Automator, AppleScript, Terminal, and Services coexist well with the new security structures implemented in Mountain Lion. For scripters and developers, the automation tools continue to function brilliantly, with limited changes in their implementation. Be sure to attend this session to get the specifics on how each technology works with the new security sandbox and Gatekeeper.

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