Apple's put together an extensive list of videos covering all the subjects it revealed at this year's WWDC event, so you can stream all that hot iOS action all over again.
Assuming you have a Mac to watch them on, of course. Otherwise you'll have to download them.
Head on over to the official WWDC 2014 website to check out what went down at the show at the beginning of June over in San Francisco.
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The list of videos is pretty exhaustive.
It covers all the tools, frameworks, media, services and events surrounding the latest iterations of iOS and OS X, so Apple-hungry devs can get right to work in building new games and apps.
Swift plays a pretty major role, which is especially handy right now as coders get their thinking gear around the new development platform, as do the various kits (CloudKit, HealthKit, HomeKit and so forth) that expand the operating systems beyond the devices and into the cloud and user's houses.
And, of course, to get the most out of your games, you'll be wanting to check out the new Metal API.