The Microsoft Graph Apple Watch Objective-C Sample Code by Microsoft – aka Who Are You? – demonstrates the use of the Microsoft Graph API to integrate profile checking functionality in Apple watch iOS applications. Its functionality allows meeting attendees to find out the identities of their colleagues.The sample code operates on WatchOS 2.2 and requires the use of Active Directory Authentication Library for authenticating iOS, and a Microsoft Graph endpoint for collecting the profiles of users. A developer must have Xcode v7.3.1, install a CocoaPods dependency manager, and have a Microsoft account to be able to deploy the sample code.
Apple has created a new Movement Disorder API that will be added to ResearchKit, its open source framework that is designed to let medical researchers gather data. Using the API, developers will be able to implement all-day monitoring on Apple Watch devices running watchOS 5.
It all comes down to simply getting the job done. The bigger the job or team, the trickier the co-ordinating can become, and anyone who's ever had to manage a team and attain goals or rushed deadlines will know the importance of dotting every "i" and crossing every "t". Thanks to technology and clever development, we have access to applications that help to streamline this very process. Do.com is one of those; a project management and collaboration application designed to help teams accomplish a number of tasks. Do.com's API also makes this functionality available to developers who may want to integrate this with other applications or build new ones.
Pushed by Google’s Android Wear in late-2014 and Apple’s first wearable, the Apple Watch, we are starting to see the area of smart wearables expanding--to everything from bio-measurable shirts to virtual reality headsets to pet-ware and more. It looks to be a whole new wearable world in 2016.