For the first time in history, WWDC didn't have a crowd, there was no cheers, and no awkward "Yeah!" during the keynote.
But it was jam-packed, like 100-sessions-jam-packed and a lot of ground-breaking news.
To name a few things we're getting this year, iOS is getting widgets. Intel is dead (Ok maybe not). Mac can now run iOS and iPadOS apps. Face ID and Touch ID are coming to the web. App Clips are now a thing and SwiftUI is an adult now.
But if you're like us and you enjoy WWDC sessions as much as the main keynote, we've got you covered with a list of our favorite sessions from this year's WWDC, here we go:
- Build an Action Classifier with Create ML 🏃♀️
- Detect Body and Hand Pose with Vision 👁
- Make apps smarter with Natural Language 💬
- Explore the Action & Vision app 📱
- Stacks, Grids, and Outlines in SwiftUI 🥞
- Advances in diffable data sources 💽
- What's new in SwiftUI ✨
- Meet WidgetKit 🍭
- Become a Simulator expert 📲
- Background execution demystified 👻
- What's new in MetricKit 📊
- Why is my app getting killed? ⚰️
- Write tests to fail 💥