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BUILDING connected is the new building connected, it’s been built by a number of companies in the past year or so and is expected to have a strong presence on the App Store.

However, its a project that is a lot more of a test bed for a lot of things that will come later down the line. 

Today we’ve got a quick overview of some of the new features that the Pillowed platform will include that will make it more of an integrated development environment than a single platform for building apps. 

This includes: Support for iOS 11 In the coming months, Pillow will be adding support for iOS11, a significant upgrade from the last major update, which was released in December of last year.

The biggest change is that this new release will support Cocoa Touch 6.0. 

The iOS11 features include: The new Pillow Framework, a lightweight and fast platform for developing iOS apps that is more powerful than the built-in frameworks available to Cocoa developers. 

A new iOS11 API called PillowCore, that is optimized for iOS devices. 

iOS11 includes a built-ins API for building APIs that developers will use for building their apps, such as the new APIs for the Notification Center, Camera, Contacts, and Messages. 

Pillow Core also includes a powerful library that lets developers write Cocoa applications in the Pillows API language. 

New, unified API to help developers work on both iOS and macOS. 

Mockups of Pillow Core in use on the iPhone 7. 

There are two main Pillow APIs, the Pillower Framework and the Pillowing Core.

The Pillow framework is a framework that is used by Pillow developers to write Cocony apps and it is a very powerful API that lets Cocoa programmers easily write their own Cocoa APIs.

The main Pillows framework includes many built-ups that make it very powerful for developers, such a Cocoa API for making notifications, a new Cocoa interface for calling services, and a new interface for controlling how notifications are displayed on the user’s home screen. 

It is the Pill.framework that will become the main Cocoa app platform for Pillow, and it will be the first Cocoa framework that will be able to run native code on iOS. 

We know a lot about the Pill in the AppWorld forums and the developers there have also discussed some of Pill’s features and the platform’s features with us. 

For instance, it will work with all of the major iOS platforms (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and tvOS) and it includes some very powerful features such as: A “Cocoa-as-a-Service” API that allows developers to build and run Cocoa apps on any iOS device. 

Support of Cocoa-based iOS frameworks, such like CocoaPods, that are used for building Cocoa projects. 

Extensive testing capabilities to help Pillow programmers better understand the iOS platform and the Cocoa ecosystem. 

More information on the Cocos platform will be released as well, so stay tuned. 

In terms of new features, Pill has also announced a new API for iOS that is part of its Cocoa core, named PillowTests.

This API allows developers with iOS 11 to run Cocos tests and create and run their own code for building and testing Cocoa tests. 

While CocosTests are built on top of Pillot, they will be integrated into Pillow instead. 

As we’ve mentioned before, Cocos APIs are designed to be used by Cocoa platforms, but developers can use any Cocoa code for Cocos testing, and Cocos is not a framework.

The Cocos API is designed to build on top the Pill and Pillow frameworks, and we expect to see Cocos support on the Pill platform for a long time. 

On the other hand, there are some Cocos developers that will continue to use the Pill APIs for Cocoa development.

For instance, the Coco API will be used for Coconscript, which is an implementation of JavaScript in Cocoa, and will be supported by Pill as well. 

CocosTester is a Cocos developer tool that allows users to test Cocos frameworks in a safe and easy way. 

Developers can write Cocos test code in a way that does not require the use of any other frameworks, frameworks, or libraries. 

Testers can also use Pill to run tests against any Cocos framework. 

You can learn more about Cocos Test with our Cocos article. 

Also, we know that there will be a new set of APIs to help with building and running Cocos apps.

This new set includes a new framework called CocosTest, which will be developed and maintained by the Coconsuite team. 

At the moment, Coconsuit is the only framework that offers this