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Affirm iOS SDK

CocoaPods Carthage compatible license

The Affirm iOS SDK allows you to offer Affirm monthly payments in your own app.

Installation

CocoaPods and Carthage are the recommended methods for installing the Affirm SDK.

CocoaPods

Add the following to your Podfile and run pod install

pod 'AffirmSDK'

Carthage

Add the following to your Cartfile and follow the setup instructions here.

github "Affirm/affirm-merchant-sdk-ios"

Manual

Alternatively, if you do not want to use CocoaPods or Carthage, you may clone our GitHub repository and simply drag and drop the AffirmSDK folder into your XCode project.

Usage Overview

An Affirm integration consists of two components: checkout and promotional messaging.

Before you can use these components, you must first set the AffirmSDK with your public API key from your sandbox Merchant Dashboard. You must set this key to the shared AffirmConfiguration once (preferably in your AppDelegate) as follows:

[[AffirmConfiguration sharedInstance] configureWithPublicKey:@"PUBLIC_API_KEY" environment:AffirmEnvironmentSandbox];

Checkout

Checkout creation

Checkout creation is the process in which a customer uses Affirm to pay for a purchase in your app. This process is governed by the AffirmCheckoutViewController object, which requires three parameters:

  • The AffirmCheckout object which contains details about the order

  • The useVCN object which determines whether the checkout flow should use virtual card network to handle the checkout.

    • if set YES, it will return the debit card information from this delegate

      - (void)vcnCheckout:(AffirmCheckoutViewController *)checkoutViewController completedWithCreditCard:(AffirmCreditCard *)creditCard
      
    • if set NO, it will return checkout token from this delegate

      - (void)checkout:(AffirmCheckoutViewController *)checkoutViewController completedWithToken:(NSString *)checkoutToken
      
  • The AffirmCheckoutDelegate object which receives messages at various stages in the checkout process

Once the AffirmCheckoutViewController has been constructed from the parameters above, you may present it with any other view controller. This initiates the flow which guides the user through the Affirm checkout process. An example of how this is implemented is provided as follows:

// initialize an AffirmItem with item details
AffirmItem *item = [AffirmItem itemWithName:@"Affirm Test Item" SKU:@"test_item" unitPrice:price quantity:1 URL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://sandbox.affirm.com/item"]];

// initialize an AffirmShippingDetail with the user's shipping address
AffirmShippingDetail *shipping = [AffirmShippingDetail shippingDetailWithName:@"Chester Cheetah" addressWithLine1:@"633 Folsom Street" line2:@"" city:@"San Francisco" state:@"CA" zipCode:@"94107" countryCode:@"USA"];

// initialize an AffirmCheckout object with the item(s), shipping details, tax amount, shipping amount, discounts, financing program, and order ID
AffirmCheckout *checkout = [[AffirmCheckout alloc] initWithItems:@[item] shipping:shipping taxAmount:[NSDecimalNumber zero] shippingAmount:[NSDecimalNumber zero] discounts:nil metadata:nil financingProgram:nil orderId:@"JKLMO4321"];

// The minimum requirements are to initialize the AffirmCheckout object with the item(s), shipping details, and payout Amount
AffirmCheckout *checkout = [AffirmCheckout checkoutWithItems:@[item] shipping:shipping payoutAmount:price];

// initialize an AffirmCheckoutViewController with the checkout object and present it
AffirmCheckoutViewController *controller = [AffirmCheckoutViewController startCheckout:checkout delegate:self];
[self presentViewController:controller animated:YES completion:nil];

// It is recommended that you round the total in the checkout request to two decimal places. Affirm SDK converts the float total to integer cents before initiating the checkout, so may round up or down depending on the decimal places. Ensure that the rounding in your app uses the same calculation across your other backend systems, otherwise, it may cause an error of 1 cent or more in the total validation on your end. 

The flow ends once the user has successfully confirmed the checkout or vcn checkout, canceled the checkout, or encountered an error in the process. In each of these cases, Affirm will send a message to the AffirmCheckoutDelegate along with additional information about the result.

Charge authorization

Once the checkout has been successfully confirmed by the user, the AffirmCheckoutDelegate object will receive a checkout token. This token should be forwarded to your server, which should then use the token to authorize a charge on the user's account. For more details about the server integration, see our API documentation.

Note - For VCN Checkout, all actions should be done using your existing payment gateway and debit card processor using the virtual card number returned after a successful checkout.

Promotional Messaging

Affirm promotional messaging components—monthly payment messaging and educational modals—show customers how they can use Affirm to finance their purchases. Promos consist of promotional messaging, which appears directly in your app, and a modal, which which offers users an ability to prequalify.

To create promotional messaging view, the SDK provides the AffirmPromotionalButton class, only requires the developer to add to their view and configure to implement. The AffirmPromotionalButton is implemented as follows:

self.promotionalButton = [[AffirmPromotionalButton alloc] initWithPromoID:@"promo_set_ios"
                                                                  showCTA:YES
                                                                 pageType:AffirmPageTypeProduct
                                                 presentingViewController:self
                                                                    frame:CGRectMake(0, 0, 315, 34)];
[self.stackView insertArrangedSubview:self.promotionalButton atIndex:0];

To show / refresh promotional messaging, use

[self.promotionalButton configureByHtmlStylingWithAmount:[NSDecimalNumber decimalNumberWithString:amountText]
                                          affirmLogoType:AffirmLogoTypeName
                                             affirmColor:AffirmColorTypeBlue
                                           remoteFontURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Saira+Stencil+One&display=swap"]
                                            remoteCssURL:url];

or

self.promotionalButton.configure(amount: NSDecimalNumber(string: amountText),
                         affirmLogoType: .name,
                            affirmColor: .blue,
                                   font: UIFont.italicSystemFont(ofSize: 15),
                              textColor: .gray)

If you want to use local fonts, you need do following steps:

  1. Add the font files to your project (make sure that the files are targeted properly to your application)
  2. Add the font files to yourApp-Info.plist
  3. Use the font in your CSS file, for example
@font-face
{
font-family: 'OpenSansCondensed-Bold';
src: local('OpenSansCondensed-Bold'),url('OpenSansCondensed-Bold.ttf') format('truetype');
}

body {
font-family: 'OpenSansCondensed-Light';
font-weight: normal;
!important;
}

Tapping on the Promotional button automatically opens a modal in an AffirmPrequalModalViewController with more information, including (if you have it configured) a button that prompts the user to prequalify for Affirm financing.

[Note: this integration is deprecated as of SDK version 4.0.13.] To display the AffirmPromoModal outside of tapping on the AffirmPromotionalButton, you may initialize and display an instance of the promo modal viewController as follows

AffirmPromoModalViewController *viewController = [[AffirmPromoModalViewController alloc] initWithPromoId:@"promo_id" amount:amount delegate:delegate];
UINavigationController *nav = [[UINavigationController alloc] initWithRootViewController:viewController];
[self.presentingViewController presentViewController:nav animated:YES completion:nil];

Track Order Confirmed

The trackOrderConfirmed event triggers when a customer completes their purchase. The SDK provides the AffirmOrderTrackerViewController class to track it, it requires AffirmOrder and an array with AffirmProduct.

[AffirmOrderTrackerViewController trackOrder:order products:@[product0, product1]];

[Note: this feature will be improved after the endpoint is ready for app and it will be disappeared after 5 seconds]

Example

A demo app that integrates Affirm is included in the repo. You may clone our GitHub repository into a new XCode project folder and run the Examples project.

Upgrade

If you are using an older version of the SDK, you can refer to this upgrade document. We recommend that you install the lastest version of this SDK to access the most up-to-date features and experience.

Changelog

All notable changes to this project will be documented in changelog document.

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