Table of Content
SDK version: 3.4.0
- Support for Colombian ID barcode scanning [Netverify/Fastfill]
- Improved image selection to reduce number of documents which are not fully visible [Netverify]
- Advanced document checks on the back of IDs to increase user conversion [Netverify]
- Full iOS 13 compatibility, solved dark mode UI glitches [Netverify/Fastfill, Authentication, Document Verification, BAM Checkout]
- Deprecated iOS 9 support [Netverify/Fastfill, Authentication, Document Verification, BAM Checkout]
- Fixed a problem in the callbackURL validation [Netverify, Authentication, Document Verification]
- Various smaller bug fixes/improvements [Netverify/Fastfill, Authentication, Document Verification]
SDK version: 3.4.1
- Fixed a problem that localized strings were not loaded when initialized from another framework [Netverify, Authentication]
SDK version: 3.4.2
- Changed handling of localized strings in 3D Liveness workflow when initialized from another framework [Netverify, Authentication]
The minimum requirements for the SDK are:
- iOS 10.0 and higher
- Internet connection
The following architectures are supported in the SDK:
- armv7 and arm64 for devices
- x86_64 for iOS simulator
App thinning and size matters
App thinning (app slicing, bitcode and on-demand resources) is supported within the SDK. For app slicing, the image resources are placed within a xcassets collection. For Fastfill & Netverify, some resource files (e.g. images) are loaded on demand.
In case you experience a build error when building your app in Debug configuration and aim to run it on a device, we advise to temporarily disable the build setting "Enable Bitcode" in your Xcode project.
The app’s Info.plist must contain the
NSCameraUsageDescription key with a string value explaining to the user how the app uses this data. Example: “This will allow to take photos of your credentials."
Check the Xcode sample project to learn the most common use. Make sure to use the device only frameworks for app submissions to the AppStore. Read more detailed information on this here: Manual integration
Jumio supports cocoapods as dependency management tool for easy integration of the SDK.
Update your local clone of the specs repo in Terminal to ensure that you are using the latest podspec files:
pod repo update
Adapt your Podfile and add the pod according to the product(s) you use. Check the following example how a Podfile could look like:
source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git' use_frameworks! # Required for proper framework handling pod 'JumioMobileSDK', '~>3.4.2' # Use Netverify, Authentication, DocumentVerification and BAM Checkout together in your app pod 'JumioMobileSDK/Netverify', '~>3.4.2' # Use full Netverify and Authentication functionality pod 'JumioMobileSDK/Netverify-Light', '~>3.4.2' # For Fastfill or Document Verification, or Netverify without 3D face liveness capturing technology pod 'JumioMobileSDK/BAMCheckout', '~>3.4.2' # Use BAM Checkout only
Install the pod to your project via Terminal:
Download our frameworks manually via ios-jumio-mobile-sdk-3.4.2.zip.
Note: Our sample project on GitHub contains the sample implementation without our frameworks. The project file contains a “Run Script Phase” which downloads our frameworks automatically during build time.
The Jumio Mobile SDK consists of several dynamic frameworks. Add specific frameworks to your Xcode project, depending on which product you use.
Please see Strip unused frameworks for more information.
The framework binaries are available with support for device and simulator architecture. Make sure to remove the simulator architecture from our frameworks for app submissions to the AppStore. If this step is not performed, your submission will be rejection by Apple. Add the following code snippet as run script build phase to your app project and ensure that it is executed after the frameworks are embedded. Please see the required setup in our sample project.
Note: The simulator architecture is automatically removed if using cocoapods via "[CP] Embed Pods Frameworks" build phase.
if [[ "$CONFIGURATION" == "Release" ]]; then $PROJECT_DIR/remove-simulator-architecture.sh fi
Add the following linker flags to your Xcode Build Settings:
Note: Added automatically if using CocoaPods.
- "-ObjC" (recommended) or -all_load
Make sure that the following Xcode build settings in your app are set accordingly:
|Link Frameworks Automatically||YES|
All label texts and button titles can be changed and localized using the
Localizable-<YOUR_PRODUCT>.strings file. Just adapt the values to your required language, add it to your app or framework project and mark it as Localizable. This way, when upgrading our SDK to a newer version your localization file won't be overwritten. Make sure, that the content of this localization file is up to date after an SDK update.
Note: If using CocoaPods, the original file is located under
For our products Netverify & Fastfill, Authentication & Document Verification we are providing eight individual languages for your convenience:
- Chinese (Simplified)
Please check out our sample project to see how to use the strings files in your app.
Our SDK supports Accessibility. Visually impaired users can enable VoiceOver or increased text size on their device. VoiceOver uses separate values in the localization file, which can be customised.
- Integration Netverify & Fastfill
- Integration Authentication
- Integration Document Verification
- Integration BAM Checkout
The previous release version 3.4.1 of the Jumio Mobile SDK is supported until 2020-03-05.
In case the support period is expired, no bug fixes and technical support are provided anymore (bugs are typically fixed in the upcoming versions). Older SDK versions will keep functioning with our server until further notice, but we highly recommend to always update to the latest version to benefit from SDK improvements and bug fixes.
If you have any questions regarding our implementation guide please contact Jumio Customer Service at email@example.com or https://support.jumio.com. The Jumio online helpdesk contains a wealth of information regarding our service including demo videos, product descriptions, FAQs and other things that may help to get you started with Jumio. Check it out at: https://support.jumio.com.
If you want to enable two-factor authentication for your Jumio merchant backend please contact us at https://support.jumio.com. Once enabled, users will be guided through the setup upon their first login to obtain a security code using the "Google Authenticator" app.
The software contains third-party open source software. For more information, please see licenses.
This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
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