Apple launches revamped Developer Forums

Apple has released a new version of the Developer Forums after taking it offline yesterday. The new design, which is cleaner and easier to use, comes just days before WWDC 2020 kicks off.

Developer Forums allow developers to interact with each other to resolve issues. Over 1,000 engineers from Apple will be present on the forums when WWDC begins on Monday.

The new design is easier to navigate and lets you search for a particular topic and post and answer questions. When viewing a thread, you can downvote it, share with other sites and go through the responses.

It’s available from the Apple Developer website. Anyone can view the questions and answers, but only developers signed up to the Developer Programme can post questions and responses.

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