Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Jun 2017 09:41 UTC
Apple

Drag and Drop has arrived in iOS 11! Learn the fundamentals behind the new iOS Drag and Drop - architecture and APIs. This session will go over the design goals, architecture and key components of the API to allow you to quickly adopt Drag and Drop in your App.

Drag and drop seems like a boring feature, but on iOS 11 and the iPad, it's actually quite interesting and implemented in a novel way. This WWDC session starts with a demo, showing off how you can use multiple fingers to drag multiple things, combine different dragged objects, while still being able to interact with other touch UI elements. Sadly, Apple decided to cripple drag and drop on the iPhone, restricting it to only being able to drag and drop within a single application.

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RE: Comment by Morgan
by daveak on Sun 11th Jun 2017 10:27 UTC in reply to "Comment by Morgan"
daveak
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2008-12-29

"Streaming is available in Safari, and through the WWDC app.


WTF Apple? You want to reach the widest audience possible, yet you restrict your promotional video to people who already own iDevices?
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Video from Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, hosted on developer.apple.com, targeted at iOS developers only viewable on Apple devices, which said developers need to have already. These videos are not intended as generic promotional videos. Do you see a plain white background and Jony Ive talking about things being magical in it?

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RE[2]: Comment by Morgan
by Alfman on Sun 11th Jun 2017 16:50 in reply to "RE: Comment by Morgan"
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2011-01-28

daveak,

Video from Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, hosted on developer.apple.com, targeted at iOS developers only viewable on Apple devices, which said developers need to have already. These videos are not intended as generic promotional videos. Do you see a plain white background and Jony Ive talking about things being magical in it?


Is that really useful to block views on other computers though? Like Morgan, I clicked the link and could not view it. Just because I'm browsing from a different platform doesn't mean I'm not interested and it doesn't even mean I'm not a target developer. Maybe I develope IOS apps at work, yet my home PC is running linux. IMHO this is counterproductive on their part.

Edited 2017-06-11 17:01 UTC

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