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YOChartImageKit for watchOS and screenshot

YOChartImageKit for watchOS and

Chart image framework for watchOS

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watchOS-2-Sampler

Code examples for new features of watchOS 2. Contents: - Accelerometer - Gyroscope - Pedometer - Heart Rate - Table Animations - Animated Properties - Core Graphics (Draw paths or gradations) - Audio Rec & Play - Picker Styles - Taptic Engine - Alert - Animation with Digital Crown - Interactive Messaging - Open System URL - Audio File Player - Network Access

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RBSentinel

RBSentinel helps in improving the communication between the applewatch and the parent application. It opens up a REST based interface to handle information needed by the watchapp

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Starburst

A collection of animated loading sequences for Apple Watch

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KFSwiftImageLoader

From the creator of KFWatchKitAnimations comes the next great tool for  Watch and iOS in general: KFSwiftImageLoader KFSwiftImageLoader is an extremely high-performance, lightweight, and energy-efficient pure Swift async web image loader with memory and disk caching for iOS and  Watch. This is the world's first  Watch-optimized async image loader with WKInterfaceImage extensions and intelligent automatic cache handling via WKInterfaceDevice.

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Gulps

Gulps is an open source app for iOS and Apple Watch that lets you keep track of your daily water consumption. It's a great way to learn how to share data between an app and its extensions using Realm.

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IGInterfaceDataTable

A category on WKInterfaceTable that makes configuring tables with multi-dimensional data easier. Made by Instagram for the Apple Watch app.

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TDWatchInterfaceMenu

Add menu item with a block as it's action handler to `WKInterfaceController`

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KFWatchKitAnimations

With KFWatchKitAnimations, iOS developers will now be able to record arbitrary CocoaTouch animations from the iPhone/iPad simulator at 60 FPS. The recordings are a pre-rendered sequence of static images, which when played sequentially will form a high frame-rate animation, which is exactly how the  Watch guidelines state the animations should be implemented as

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Cherry

Mini Pomodoro Timer app designed for the  Watch

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