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watchOS With SwiftUI by Tutorials

Second Edition · watchOS 9 · Swift 5.8 · Xcode 14.3

Section I: watchOS With SwiftUI

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13. Conclusion
Written by Scott Grosch

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As you’ve seen, the Apple Watch is a small device with endless possibilities if you know how to make the most of its potential. We hope this book has given you all the knowledge you need to create amazing apps using SwiftUI on your Apple Watch.

Remember that you can always go back to the chapters to review some specific concepts. We’ve tried to make it useful not only for beginners starting to develop for this device but also for more advanced programmers to have it as a reference book.

No matter what your case is, we hope you’ve really enjoyed this book. Remember, the best thing you can do from now on is try to implement everything you’ve learned. When you develop a new application, update an existing one or create one just for fun, don’t forget that you can add great value to it if you accompany it with an Apple Watch app.

If you have any questions or comments as you work through this book, please stop by our forums at and look for the particular forum category for this book.

Thank you again for purchasing this book. Your continued support makes the books, tutorials, videos and other things we do at Kodeco possible. We truly appreciate it!

– The watchOS With SwiftUI by Tutorials team

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