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Developing for Apple Watch by Jeff Kelley

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The book’s website has links to an interactive discussion forum as well as a place to submit errata for the book.[2] You’ll also find links to download the source code for the sample app you’ll be working on as you read this book. If Swift just isn’t your bag, then you’ll definitely want to check out the book’s sample code, as Objective-C versions of each sample project are located in the Objective-C folder. If you’re reading this in ebook form, you’ll notice a box above code excerpts that you can click or tap to download the code directly.

Now that we’ve gotten these things out of the way, your tour through Apple Watch development can begin. Let’s start by discussing the device itself, its capabilities and limitations, and ...

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