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Apple releases Command Line Tools 6.4 for developers

Apple has released new versions of its Command Line Tools for developers on OS X Yosemite. These tools allow for UNIX-like development right in OS X's Terminal.

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iOS 9 brings a variety of developer goodies including GamePlayKit, ReplayKit, and more

iOS 9 will not only bring a number of changes for end users, but also add a variety of new features for developers to take advantage of as well.

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Apple opens up new app analytics tools to all developers

Apple is notifying developers that the new App Analytics tools are now available for all developers through iTunes Connect. However, the tools remain in beta.

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Take the Vision Mobile Developer Economics Survey and win an Apple Watch!

It's that time of year again, and our friends at Vision Mobile want to hear from mobile, IoT, desktop and cloud developers in the 9th edition of their Developer Economics Survey.

How will IoT play out in your ecosystem? Is HTML vs. Native still relevant? Are you using AWS, Azure or Google Cloud? Which are the hottest IoT verticals? These are some of the questions that our friends at VisionMobile address through their Developer Economics research, so take their quick survey and make your voice heard.

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Apple opens developer sign-ups for new App Analytics beta

Apple is now allowing developers to sign up for the beta for a new App Analytics service.

The new App Analytics service was first announced at WWDC 2014. Requests are made through iTunes Connect, where you can add your name to the list with just the push of a button.

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No on-device screenshot needed for Apple Watch app submissions

Looks like Apple corrected some confusing language on the submission-side of Apple Watch apps.

When iOS 8.2 first went live, Apple's developer upload portal, iTunes Connect, referenced a requirement for an on-device screenshot rather than simulator-only screenshots. That would mean you had to have Apple Watch hardware in-hand to get that specific screenshot and be able to upload to the App Watch App Store. As of Friday, however, it seems like the language has been corrected to reflect that simulator-only screenshots are fine for submission.

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How to design apps for everyone

Who are you designing your app for? Is it meant for people of all ages and interests, or is it meant for a very narrow niche? That's the topic Dave Wiskus addresses in the latest installment of his Better Elevation video series — what it means to design apps for human beings.

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Apple gives May 1 deadline for Mac apps to switch from garbage collection to ARC

Apple announced today that new Mac apps and app updates will no longer be able to use garbage collection, a system for managing an application's memory use, after May 1. Instead, developers must switch to using Automatic Reference Counting (ARC).

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Amazing indie app developers in handy list form

Graham Spencer had an idea — He asked indie app developers to say "hi!" to him on Twitter. Roughly 200 did. He used that data to create a Twitter list, but he also compiled it into a table that includes where the developer is located, what apps they make, and their Twitter handle. It's an amazing piece of work.

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Google's Route 85 series aims to show developers how to build for iOS

Google has created a new web series that is hosted on YouTube titled Route 85 to show developers how to use Google APIs and tools to build apps for iOS. Despite releasing a number of different Google-branded products, like Google Maps, YouTube, and Google Search, for iOS, Google laments that it isn't viewed as an iOS company, and it is hoping to change that with Route 85.

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