Example project for integration of the Kickflip iOS SDK for super easy live broadcasts.
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kickflip-ios-example

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Example project for integration of the Kickflip iOS SDK for super easy live broadcasts. We have an example project for Android as well.

Cocoapods Setup

You'll need to install Cocoapods first.

Compiling

Grab the source code, and then update the dependencies.

$ git clone git@github.com:Kickflip/kickflip-ios-example.git
$ cd kickflip-ios-example
$ git submodule update --init
$ pod install

If you would like to make modifications to the core SDK, you can integrate the SDK as a submodule as well (check the Podfile for more info).

As with all projects that depend on Cocoapods, make sure to open the Kickflip.xcworkspace file, not the .xcodeproj file.

KFSecrets.h

You'll need to sign up, make a new app, and then put your API keys from and put them in a file called KFSecrets.h with the following contents:

#define KICKFLIP_API_KEY @"Client ID from kickflip.io"
#define KICKFLIP_API_SECRET @"Client Secret from kickflip.io"

Documentation

For a closer look at what you do with Kickflip, check out our iOS Documentation and iOS API Reference. We also have some tutorials to help you get started.

License

Apache 2.0

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