What you need to know
- Two Apple execs have given an interview about its new developer tools.
- Susan Prescott and Andreas Wndker spoke to CNET about new tools and frameworks.
Two Apple execs have sat down with CNET to discuss the company's new developer tools and frameworks announced at WWDC.
From the report:
Wendker told CNET the tools were the result of a vision Apple had been executing for years and were "the result of a never-ending focus on our side to build long-lasting platforms that create lots of value for developers and users."
They also discussed one of the biggest new developer features from WWDC, Xcode Cloud:
Wendker said Xcode Cloud would give developers a lot of their time back, giving them more time to "find bugs and issues in their code".
You can read the full interview here.
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