Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Gregory Tareyev, a co-founder and iOS developer of Chill (iamchill.co), the first wearable communication tool that lets you interact with your friends with a tap. In this tutorial, Gregory will share his experience on Apple Watch development and show you how to build a simple weather app using a third-party API and WatchKit. We have written a couple of tutorials about WatchKit. All of them are in Swift. Some readers mentioned if we can provide a tutorial in Objective-C. So here it is.
Enter Gregory’s tutorial.
Hello everybody! My name is Gregory Tareyev (tareyev.ru for any contacts). I am a co-founder and iOS developer of Chill (iamchill.co), the first wearable communication tool that finally makes sense. Recently we had a great experience on launching Chill on Product Hunt which gave us a lot of visibility in the community and attracted major tech blogs to cover the release. We are also discussing our involvement with a few accelerators and considering the best one. We worked really hard to build the app, but I assure you that everybody can do something like that.
Here, I want to share some experience on the app development for Apple Watch. It’ll be easy and fun.