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README.md

Updraft: Mobile App Distribution GitHub license CocoaPods Compatible Carthage Compatible Twitter

Updraft SDK

Updraft SDK for iOS

Updraft is a super easy app delivery tool that allows you to simply and quickly distribute your app. It's super useful during beta-testing or if you want to deliver an app without going through the app store review processes. Your users get a link and are guided through the installation process with in a comprehensive web-app. Updraft works with Android and iOS apps and easily integrates with your IDE. The SDK adds additional features to apps that are delivered with Updraft: Auto-update for your distributed apps and most importantly the collection of user feedback.

Updraft is built by App Agencies Apps with love and Moqod. Learn more at getupdraft.com or follow the latest news on twitter.

Requirements

  • iOS 10.0+
  • Xcode 9.0+
  • Swift 4.0+

Installation

CocoaPods

Get CocoaPods and specify UpdraftSDK in your Podfile:

pod 'UpdraftSDK'

Then, run:

pod install

Carthage

Get Carthage and specify Updraft in your Cartfile:

github 'appswithlove/updraft-sdk-ios'

Then, run:

carthage update

In your application targets “General” tab under the “Linked Frameworks and Libraries” section, drag and drop Updraft.framework from the Carthage/Build/iOS directory that carthage update produced.

Setup

Swift

  1. Import Updraft module in AppDelegate:

    import Updraft
  2. Start the SDK with your "SDK Key" and "App Key":

    func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {
    	
    	Updraft.shared.start(sdkKey: "YOUR_SDK_KEY", appKey: "YOUR_APP_KEY")
    		
    	return true
    }

Objective-C

  1. Import Updraft module in AppDelegate

    @import Updraft;
  2. Start the SDK with your "SDK Key" and "App Key":

    - (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions {
    
    		[[Updraft shared] startWithSdkKey:@"YOUR_SDK_KEY" appKey:@"YOUR_APP_KEY" isAppStoreRelease: false];
    
    		return YES;
    	}

Parameters

  • sdkKey: Your sdk key obtained on Updraft
  • appKey: You app key obtained on Updraft

AutoUpdate

Auto Update functionality can be enabled/disabled on getupdraft.com in your app edit menu.

AutoUpdate work by comparing the build number of the app installed on the user's device and the app uploaded on GetUpdraft.

A prompt is displayed to the user if his installed version is lower than the version on Updraft. Thus, the build number must be incremented for each new build release to trigger the auto-update process.

Micro version comparison is supported, for example version 1.2.3.20180804 is greater than version 1.2.3.20180803

Feedback

Feedback functionality can be enabled/disabled on getupdraft.com in your app edit menu.

A prompt is shown to the user to inform him of the change of state of the feedback functionality.

If enabled, the user is explained how he can give feedback. User can take a screenshot to give a feedback.

Advanced setup: Logging

To check if data is send properly to Updraft and also see some additional SDK log data in the console, you can set different log levels.

To change the log level, add the following line before starting the SDK:

Swift

Updraft.shared.logLevel = .info

Objective-C

[Updraft shared].logLevel = LogLevelInfo;

Default level: warning => Only warnings and errors will be printed.