In this chapter, you learned about WatchKit notifications and how you can go about incorporating them within our existing Shopping List Apple Watch application. You then learned about WatchKit notifications and the notifications life cycle. We then looked at how to configure an existing notification scheme with the added benefit of being able to test your static and custom dynamic notifications within the simulator.
You then moved on to learning about the Apple Push Notification service and how you can go about adding buttons to a static interface controller and respond to Action buttons using the
handleActionWithIdentifier method, which receives remote notifications.
After learning about the Apple Push Notification service, we talked a bit about the differences between static and dynamic interface controllers and how when developing notifications, you must at least have a static interface controller but the dynamic controllers are optional. You learned how to configure the static...