What’s New in Web Development in WebKit and Safari – WWDC15


WWDC15Learn about exciting new features in WebKit and Safari that will help you make your content feel alive. See compelling new interactions made possible by the Force Touch trackpad and enhanced scrolling support. Expand your design toolkit with high performance filters for stunning image and backdrop effects, and embrace the connected living room with updated AirPlay support.
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What’s New in Core Image – WWDC15


WWDC15The newly-unified architecture of Core Image gives iOS and OS X apps access to even more image processing power. Learn about new CIFilters and enhancements to the CIKernel language. See how to use Core Image with AV Foundation and Metal to expand the capabilities of your app.
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What’s New in Core Audio – WWDC15


WWDC15See what’s new in Core Audio. Learn about enhancements to AVAudioEngine such as Compressed audio format support, more flexible node connections and new Sequencer functionality. Learn how to take advantage of digital audio between your OS X and iOS devices via Lightning. Learn best practices and what’s new in AVAudioSession.
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Using Safari to Deliver and Debug a Responsive Web Design – WWDC15


WWDC15Safari has a powerful new interface for designing responsive web experiences. Explore this great new feature and other new capabilities and improvements to the Web Inspector—WebKit’s built-in development tool. Discover how you can use Safari and Web Inspector to powerfully and efficiently design, debug, and optimize for the web.
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Safari Extensibility: Content Blocking and Shared Links – WWDC15


WWDC15Safari in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan delivers new ways for your app to extend Safari’s behavior. Learn how to create Shared Links and Content Blocking extensions for iOS and OS X, and about changes to the Safari Extension development process.
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