try! Swift NYC 2018

Let Them Say What They Want: Adding Siri Shortcuts

4th September 2018

try! Swift NYC Conference 2018 - try! Swift is an immersive community gathering about Apple Technologies, Swift Language Best Practices, Application Development in Swift, Server-Side Swift, Open Source Swift, and the Swift Community in New York!

Topic - Let Them Say What They Want: Adding Siri Shortcuts

Speaker - Christina Moulton

Twitter - https://twitter.com/ChristinaMltn

Bio - Christina has been building iOS apps for 8 years, mostly as a freelancer. She blogs at GrokSwift.com and wrote an ebook on creating iOS apps with REST APIs. She tried living and travelling on a sailboat for a few years but the internet connection just wasn't good enough.

Abstract - Siri Shortcuts help to improve your user experience by making actions available with Siri in iOS, watchOS, CarPlay and HomePod. We can set up our apps to give easy access to frequent actions without needing to open the app. Even better, iOS can suggest frequently used actions pro-actively using notifications or the lock screen. We’ll see how to add custom Siri Shortcuts to our apps, how to expose them so that Siri can recommend them, and how to let users set up their own voice commands to access their favourite Shortcuts.

Presentation Link - https://github.com/tryswift/talks/blob/master/CMoulton%20-%20Siri%20Intents%20-%20try%20Swift%20NYC%202018%202.pdf

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