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By Gary Bennett, Brad Lees, Stefan Kaczmarek

Gary Bennett, Brad Lees, and Stefan Kaczmarek, the group at the back of fast 2 for Absolute newcomers, brings you a hands-on "Swift" advent to the hot tvOS SDK with a set of app tasks to attempt out.

You’ll the best way to create a bookshop app for the television, together with utilizing Stack perspectives for ebook information, tips on how to create a photograph gallery app, and the way to take advantage of assortment view and cut up view controllers with a tune assortment app. ultimately, you’ll additionally shop Apple television app information in iCloud.

The new Apple television is the following, and it’s open in your local apps — constructing for the Apple television with tvOS and quick gets you all started constructing correct away.

What you’ll learn

* how you can use stack perspectives in tvOS
* how one can use assortment perspectives and break up view controllers
* tips on how to shop Apple television app information in iCloud
* tips on how to create local apps for books, photographs, and track at the Apple TV

Who this booklet is for

Intermediate iOS builders who are looking to create local Apple television apps utilizing the recent tvOS SDK.

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