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Passbook

Passbook gem let's you create pkpass for passbook iOS 6

Installation

TODO : push the gem to rubygems.org

Configuration

Create initializer

    rails g passbook:config
    or with params
    rails g passbook:config [Absolute path to the wwdc cert file] [Absolute path to your cert.p12 file] [Password for your certificate]

Configure your config/initializers/passbook.rb

    Passbook.configure do |passbook|
      passbook.wwdc_cert = Rails.root.join('wwdc_cert.pem')
      passbook.p12_cert = Rails.root.join('cert.p12')
      passbook.p12_password = 'cert password'
    end

If you are running this on a different machine from what you used to create your WWDC keys

    Passbook.configure do |passbook|
      passbook.wwdc_cert = Rails.root.join('wwdc_cert.pem')
      passbook.p12_key = Rails.root.join('key.pem')
      passbook.p12_certificate = Rails.root.join('certificate.pem')
      passbook.p12_password = 'cert password'
    end

If you are using Sinatra you can place this in the file you are executing or in a file that you do a require on. You would also not reference Rails.root when specifying your file path.

Usage

Please refer to apple iOS dev center for how to build cert and json. This article is also helpful.

    pass = Passbook::PKPass.new 'your json data'

    # Add file from disk
    pass.addFile 'file_path'

    # Add file from memory
    file[:name] = 'file name'
    file[:content] = 'whatever you want'
    pass.addFile file

    # Add multiple files
    pass.addFiles [file_path_1, file_path_2, file_path_3]

    # Add multiple files from memory
    pass.addFiles [{name: 'file1', content: 'content1'}, {name: 'file2', content: 'content2'}, {name: 'file3', content: 'content3'}]

    # Output a Tempfile

    pkpass = pass.file
    send_file pkpass.path, type: 'application/vnd.apple.pkpass', disposition: 'attachment', filename: "pass.pkpass"

    # Or a stream

    pkpass = pass.stream
    send_data pkpass.string, type: 'application/vnd.apple.pkpass', disposition: 'attachment', filename: "pass.pkpass"

If you are using Sinatra you will need to include the 'active_support' gem and will need to require 'active_support/json/encoding'. Here is an example using the streaming mechanism.

require 'sinatra'
require 'passbook'
require 'active_support/json/encoding'

Passbook.configure do |passbook|
  passbook.p12_password = '12345'
  passbook.p12_key = 'passkey.pem'
  passbook.p12_certificate = 'passcertificate.pem'
  passbook.wwdc_cert = 'WWDR.pem'
end

get '/passbook' do
  pass = # valid passbook json.  refer to the wwdc documentation.
  passbook = Passbook::PKPass.new pass
  passbook.addFiles ['logo.png', 'logo@2x.png', 'icon.png', 'icon@2x.png']
  response['Content-Type'] = 'application/vnd.apple.pkpass'
  attachment 'mypass.pkpass'
  passbook.stream.string
end

We will try to make this cleaner in the next release.

Tests

To launch tests :

  bundle exec rspec spec/lib/passbook/pkpass_spec.rb

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Changelog

0.0.4

Allow passbook gem to return a ZipOutputStream (needed when garbage collector delete tempfile before beeing able to use it) [Thx to applidget]

License

passbook-ios is released under the MIT license:

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