@onevcat onevcat released this Jan 17, 2019 · 2 commits to master since this release

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Fixed

  • Build LineSDKObjC with Carthage now works properly with all targets included. #13

@onevcat onevcat released this Dec 18, 2018 · 9 commits to master since this release

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Fixed

  • A compiling crash when using Swift 5.0 tool chain to compile LINE SDK. #6, SR-9375, Swift #21296
  • An internal improvement on JWK handling.
  • Improvement on documentation spelling and grammar. #9

@onevcat onevcat released this Nov 29, 2018 · 20 commits to master since this release

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Fixed

  • Improve ID Token signature verifying code to use latest Security framework API. #4
  • Hide an implementation detail in the sample app. #2

@onevcat onevcat released this Nov 20, 2018 · 38 commits to master since this release

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Initial release of LINE SDK Swift. Now the LINE SDK is an open source project.

LINE SDK version 5 is not compatible with version 4.x. To upgrade to version 5, check the Migration Guide.

Added

  • Support LINE Login v2.1, which provide a fine-tuned authorization permissions and more safety authorizing flow. See LINE Login v2.1 for more about it.

    Warning: Tokens from LINE Login v2.0 will be invalidated and your users will be logged out once you upgrade your SDK integration from version 4.x or earlier.

  • ID Token with ECDSA verification based on OpenID protocol. It provides a secure way to verify user information.
  • You can use a predefined login button to let your users login now. The button follows LINE Login button design guideline. It provides a quick way to integrate LINE Login to your app. See LoginButton for more.

Fixed

  • A potential issue which causes authorizing from LINE app may fail on devices with iOS 12.
  • The automatically token refreshing should now work properly when receives a token expiring error from LINE Login Server.