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README.md

ML Kit Showcase Apps with Material Design

These apps demonstrate how to build an end-to-end user experience with Google ML Kit APIs and following the new Material for ML design guidelines.

The goal is to make it as easy as possible to integrate ML Kit into your app with an experience that has been user tested.

Apps

You can open each of the following apps as an Xcode project, and run them on a mobile device or a simulator. Simply install the pods and open the .xcworkspace file to see the project in Xcode.

$ pod install --repo-update
$ open your-project.xcworkspace

When doing so you need to add each sample app you wish to try to a Firebase project on the Firebase console. You can add multiple sample apps to the same Firebase project. There's no need to create separate projects for each app.

To add a sample app to a Firebase project, use the bundleID from the Xcode project. Download the generated GoogleService-Info.plist file, and copy it to the root directory of the sample you wish to run.

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How to make contributions?

Please read and follow the steps in the CONTRIBUTING.md

License

© Google, 2019. Licensed under an Apache-2 license.

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