iOS 12 comes with many new features and additional functionality. Learn about new iOS 12 features and how they can be implemented.
iOS 12 Development: Augmented Reality and HealthKit
- set up the basic environment for an AR app built on top of SpriteKit technology
- configure and run a session that is able to track the real world
- set up a delegate to handle session events from a ARSKView instance
- create a new AR SpriteKit scene that allows time for an AR world to get set up
- create a transform that can be used to add an ARAnchor to an Augmented Reality view
- attach a node to an ARAnchor by using delegate methods
- set up and understand the AR App template provided in Xcode 10 for iOS 12
- use ARKit plane detection features to look for horizontal planes in the real world
- perform hit testing with user taps to check if they intersect with virtual objects in an AR world
- set up and execute a request to access data types in a device's Health Store
- create and save a HealthKit sample in a device's Health Store
- access previously stored health data from the Health Store of an iOS device
- create an AR app environment based on SpriteKit technology
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