Apple Announces Update to Apple News Format, Major Revision to Design Tutorial

Apple Announces Update to Apple News Format, Major Revision to Design Tutorial

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Apple has announced an update to its Apple News Format and a major revision to the Design Tutorial that helps you create articles to showcase your content on Apple News.

Apple News Format now includes the following new features:
● List Item Style for HTML Formatting: You can now use bullets, numbers, letters, roman numerals, or custom characters in HTML formatted lists. The new listItemStyle Text Style property describes the style for list items using HTML formatting.

● Automatic MREC Placement on iPhone and iPod touch: Along with standard, double-height, and large banners, medium rectangle (MREC) advertisement components can be automatically inserted into Apple News Format articles viewed on iPhone and iPod touch.

Apple also revealed improvements to its Design Tutorial and announced that SPD is accepting Apple News Format submissions for its design competition.

Apple News Format: Design Tutorial
Whether you’re new to Apple News Format or looking to improve your existing styling, the Apple News Format: Design Tutorial will show you how to create, lay out, and style beautiful articles using JSON. Download complete Apple News Format JSON examples or start from scratch, copying and pasting snippets of JSON into a new document.

Society of Publication Designers Awards
The Society of Publication Designers is now accepting Apple News Format submissions for its Best Editorial Design Competition. To learn how to submit your Apple News Format content, visit SPD.org.

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Apple Announces Update to Apple News Format, Major Revision to Design Tutorial
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - January 23, 2017 at 5:58am
Maybe they can revise how they warp the news to fit their bias. As much as I love their products, Apple News is Fake News.
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drigo marki - January 19, 2017 at 9:21pm
They got National Geographic app in portrait mode? If so, it's worth it. I just hope that's true.
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