Introducing the Contacts Framework for iOS and OS X – WWDC15

WWDC15Whether it’s getting contact information, managing a social graph, or adding a new friend, Contacts are a critical piece of many apps. OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 now share a new Contacts API. Understand the design, goals, and benefits of this new framework. Gain critical insights into how to make a smooth transition for your app to this new framework.
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Introducing Safari View Controller – WWDC15

WWDC15The new SFSafariViewController class enables you to deliver interactive web content in your app just like Safari, including the key Safari UI elements already familiar to your users. See how to easily bring Safari features like Reader and AutoFill into your app, and provide a great web viewing experience with fewer lines of code.
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Introducing On Demand Resources – WWDC15

WWDC15iOS 9 introduces On Demand Resources, enabling the efficient delivery of rich games and full featured applications using dynamically loaded content. Significantly reduce the time between purchasing and running an app from the App Store, while also decreasing the required storage space by downloading and retaining only content that is necessary. Dive into the latest enhancements in app packaging and learn the APIs to allow your app to acquire only its essential resources.
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Improving the Full Screen Window Experience – WWDC15

WWDC15Full screen windows enable people to focus on the task at hand by removing extra system UI and deferring to more of the content they care about. OS X 10.11 adds new flexibility to how these full screen windows can be configured and controlled. Hear from the experts how to get your Mac app ready to take advantage of this new functionality. Learn key strategies to making your window content be adaptive depending on the space available.
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Getting Started with Multitasking on iPad in iOS 9 – WWDC15

WWDC15iOS 9 on iPad introduces the ability to view and interact with more than one app at a time. Discover how to update your code to take advantage of enhancements to multitasking and how to participate in Slide Over and Split View. Learn specifics about how to architect your app and understand best practices for adapting to a dynamically sized interface.
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