Corbin Dunn
Redwood Monkey

WWDC 2015: Improving the Full Screen Window Experience

Apple, Cocoa, Coding

For the past 10 years I’ve given a talk at every Apple World Wild Developer Conference (WWDC). Well, except for one. That was 2007 when I was busy working on UIKit for the iPhone 1.0.

Apples is now posting our videos online without requiring an Apple developer account. So, everyone can check out my video for this year’s session #221 on their site:

Screen Shot 2015 06 12 at 7 18 41 PM

 I talk about how to implement Full Screen in Cocoa desktop applications, including some new tiling features in OS 10.11. Most the full screen information applies to all OS X versions that support full screen (I think 10.7 and higher). I also discuss Title Bar Accessory View Controllers — this feature requires 10.10 or higher. During the second half my colleague Taylor Kelly comes up and discusses how to do some cool dynamic layouts.

We also have a demo app showing off the features: Exhibition – An adaptive OS X App

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