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Heyzap iOS Example App

This sample app demonstrates the basic functionalities of the Heyzap SDK for iOS.

Features:

  • You can fetch and show Interstitial, Video, Incentivized, and Banner ads from the main screen by selecting one of them and pressing the fetch and show buttons.
  • All fetches and shows on the main screen will use the ad tag entered in the ad tag text field, or the default tag if no tag is entered.
  • The Mediation Test Suite can be opened, which allows you to test ads and debug settings for each network.
  • A console view prints callbacks, NSNotifications, and more information from the Heyzap SDK.
  • As callbacks/notifications/etc come in, the show button will change colors to reflect ad availability. The availability can also be checked manually with the isAvailable? button, which will also change the color of the show button.

Installation

The sample app relies on CocoaPods as the dependency manager. To install the dependencies, run the following command:

pod install --repo-update

After that, open the file SampleApp.xcworkspace on XCode.

Setup

In order to utilize the test app with your own settings on your Heyzap dashboards, you'll need to change a couple of things:

  • Your Bundle ID
    • Change the bundle ID in Xcode to your game's bundle ID in the target settings.
  • Your Publisher ID
    • Change the publisher ID string set in AppDelegate.m from ENTER_YOUR_PUBLISHER_ID_HERE to your own publisher ID.

If you do not do these things, 3rd-party networks may not be available in the test app.

Cocoapods

This project uses CocoaPods to add dependencies. If you'd rather add the frameworks and libraries yourself, you can remove some/all Pods from the Podfile, run pod install in this repo's top directory to remove the frameworks and libraries, and instead follow the instructions on adding SDKs here.

The latest versions of each pod we've tested are shown in the Podfile.lock file.

The podfile is set up to use the latest versions of the 3rd-party networks' SDKs. Feel free to send an email to support@heyzap.com if you find that one of the updates to a third-party SDK seems to be incompatible with the latest Heyzap SDK.