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Hacking with watchOS

This is the source code to accompany Hacking with watchOS, a complete tutorial course teaching watchOS development using Swift.

All projects should be compatible with Xcode 11 and watchOS 6. Where appropriate, separate project files have been provided so that you can follow the tutorial from scratch without having to dig around in the completed project folder.

If you have questions, you can find me on Twitter @twostraws.

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