After taking developer forums offline yesterday, Apple today unveiled a brand-new version. The new Apple Developer Forum is now available and will launch as an all-online event in the coming weeks before WWDC 2020.
Apple teased the new developer forum in its first week, promising that it would serve as a place for developers to connect with Apple engineers during the WWDC:
All new Apple Developer Forum will connect the developing community with more than 1,000 Apple engineers to answer questions and engage in technical discussions. Starting on the first day of WWDC, anyone who follows the forum discussions will be able to see and be seen, and members of the Apple Developer Program will be able to post their own questions and learn directly from Apple experts.
New developer forums have a lot of smooth design, including the ability to easily ask questions, search, view popular topics, and more. When you select a specific thread, you can view responses, encourage or vote down, and share with other sources.
Apple has made several additions to its developer tools this week. This is the first time Apple has updated the developer app with a MacOS version and redesigned the App Store Connect portal with a modern design. All of these enhancements come just days before WWDC 2020, which will launch as a fully online event on Monday, June 22nd.
You can see Apple’s new developer forum here. Anyone can search and browse forums, but only registered developers can ask questions. What do you think of the new Apple Developer Forums? Let us know in the comments!
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