Apple has just released the WWDC application, which has been released to help developers learn about WWDC's business, and has positioned it as a new mobile application called Apple Developer for the software community.
The app will include news of the event as well as important resources such as articles, videos, software news and updates regarding design and technical issues. In addition, the application provides a new way for software developers to register and remain a member of the Apple Developer Program.
The Apple Developer Community, which has more than 23 million registered members on Apple's developer website, will now be able to access resources through the Apple Developer app. However, we can not say that all titles on the website are already in the app. Although technical information and more than 600 videos are available through the application, Application Accelerators, Design Labs and Developer Academies, which allow Apple to connect to the Apple Developer Forums or Development Program Apple's native Apple, are not available.
Note that Apple Developer includes four main tabs: Explorer, Videos, WWDC and Account. Explore provides information, news and updates for developers, while videos can be viewed in the WWDC application in the Videos tab. WWDC is positioned as a tab for event attendees. In addition, users can manage their accounts and their memberships via the Account tab.
With this new application, the goal of Apple is to provide interesting content to software developers. The company may prefer information about pills that can be consumed via the mobile app rather than providing long detailed items in the app. In addition, via the WWDC tab, users can access the WWDC program and view the sessions of the event. Renewing Apple Developer program memberships through the app will also be easier.
It should be noted that the Apple developer community has grown internationally in recent years. The Indonesian software community grew by 60 percent, while the Apple Developer Academy in Brazil grew by 50 percent. Apple's first acceleration lab in India has grown by 45%. The United Kingdom (40%), France (30%), Italy (28%) and China (17%) also made progress this year.