VandelayDropbox adds Dropbox functionality to Vandelay. It lets your apps use Vandelay to sync data to a user's personal Dropbox.
SwiftyDropbox release doesn't support iOS 4.2. This means
that VandelayDropbox can not be properly linted and thus not pushed to
the main trunk. However, you can point your
Podfile to the main repo
instead, pointing to the latest tag.
If you use CocoaPods, add this line to your
#pod "VandelayDropbox" pod 'VandelayDropbox', :git => 'email@example.com:danielsaidi/VandelayDropbox.git', :tag => '0.7.3'
If you use Carthage, add this line to your
carthage update --platform iOS:
If you add
VandelayDropbox, you get access to the following exporter:
You must create a Dropbox app and follow the setup instructions in the docs before using this exporter. See info below.
If you add
VandelayDropbox, you get access to the following importer:
You must create a Dropbox app and follow the setup instructions in the docs before using this importer. See info below.
To use Dropbox together with Vandelay in your iOS app, you must create a Dropbox developer account as well as a Dropbox app for the app. This guide explains how:
Check out how the Vandelay Demo App app gets Dropbox ready
for use. Basically, the app must setup Dropbox integration then handle
any return url that are triggered when Dropbox redirects the user back
to the app. Also, your app must add a few keys to
In the demo app, you just have to add your Dropbox app ID to the local
Accounts.plist file, then select the app target, select the info tab
and insert the same app ID under
The main Vandelay repository contains an example app, that shows you how to integrate with Dropbox.
Versions < 1.0.0 will have breaking changes between minor versions, so VandelayDropbox 0.8.0 will probably not be compatible with 0.7.0 etc.
Daniel Saidi, firstname.lastname@example.org
VandelayDropbox is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.