Siri has just received a huge update in its Human Interface Guides. Apple has regularly released updates to the documentation and recently updated its guidelines for connecting with Apple, Apple Pay and Apple Health. Today, the company has also brought a lot of new content and guidance for Siri.
Reported by 9to5Mac, Apple has released a huge update to the Siri section of its Human Interface Guides. Mike Stern, the manager of the company's experience platform, announced the update on Twitter.
Massive upgrade to #Siri the Human Interface Guides section was live yesterday! If you are working on adding Siri support to your application, you need to read.https: //t.co/sfKKZkQouO
– Mike Stern (@themikestern) February 20, 2020
The update brings a ton of new content, including documentation on system intentions, custom intentions, short orders, and editorial suggestions and guides. For developers who want to deploy Siri with their application or hardware, these new updates are, according to Stern, a "must-read."
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SiriKit allows developers to bring Siri support into their app or accessory. The Human Interface Guide recommends developers how to implement this integration the most efficient way, whether you're trying to get Siri support to order coffee in your app, turn on the smart bulb using HomeKit, or let someone's iPhone stream music to you. Smart speaker using AirPlay 2.
If you want to read the new SiriKit guidelines yourself, you can do so by visiting the Apple Human Interface Guides page on the developer's website.
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