Typically, a watch user interface will present information to the user or let them select or manipulate it in some way. When items are presented in a table, then it is natural to let the user tap on the row to show a subsequent screen. Watch applications use segues to move from one screen to another in a similar way to iOS applications.
The first step will involve creating a new controller file called
RepositoryListController.swift. This will be used to hold the
RepositoryRowController classes, in a very similar way to the existing
InterfaceController. As with the other view, there will be a table to store the rows, and each row will have a
class RepositoryRowController: NSObject ...