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eos-swift

EOS libraries for swift, designed primarily for iOS development.

Install with CocoaPods

Tested with pod --version: 1.5.3

use_frameworks!

target 'YOUR_TARGET_NAME' do
  pod 'eosswift', '1.5'
end

Replace YOUR_TARGET_NAME and then, in the Podfile directory, type:

pod install

Getting started

The eosswiftTests directory contains a full suite of integration tests, explore these tests to quickly gauge what functionality is provided by the SDK.

  • eos-chain-actions tests the highest level of abstraction; pushing transactions composed of actions.
  • eos-http-rpc tests the interaction with nodeos HTTP RPC api.
  • eos-abi-writer tests the building of local abi bytes

eos-core

The core module contains the core building blocks required to interact with the EOS network.

Key pairs

EOS keypairs are generated using the micro-ecc lib.

Create a new keypair:

// new key pair
let eosPrivateKey = try! EOSPrivateKey()
let eosPublicKey = eosPrivateKey.publicKey

// private key from encoded string
let privKey1 = try! EOSPrivateKey(base58: "5KQwrPbwdL6PhXujxW37FSSQZ1JiwsST4cqQzDeyXtP79zkvFD3")

// private key from bytes
let privKey2 = try! EOSPrivateKey(ecKeyPrivateKey: ECPrivateKey(privKeyData: eosPrivateKey.bytes()))

Sign bytes with a private key

When a transaction is pushed to the EOS network, the packed transaction bytes must be signed by an EOS private key.

let bytesToSign = imaginaryAbi.toData()
let privateKey = try! EOSPrivateKey()
let signature = PrivateKeySigning().sign(digest: bytesToSign, eosPrivateKey: privateKey)

Block Id details

Extract the block number and prefix from a block id.

let blockIdDetails = BlockIdDetails(blockId: "0000000ac7619ca01df1e0b4964921020e772ceb7343ec51f65537cdbce192d3")
let blockNum = blockIdDetails.blockNum
let blockPrefix = blockIdDetails.blockPrefix

eos-abi-writer

A local replacement of abi_json_to_bin, the Encodable protocol is used with reflection to write struct values to a byte array.

Model

Byte writer models are structs that adopt the Encodable protocol, the type of the member variable is used to determine how the data will be written to the byte array. For more complex types a derivative of AbiTypeWriter can be used, such as; AssetWriterValue, AccountNameWriter or PublicKeyWriter.

struct TransactionAbi : Encodable {
    let expiration: TimestampWriterValue
    let ref_block_num: BlockNumWriterValue
    let ref_block_prefix: BlockPrefixWriterValue
    let max_net_usage_words: UInt64
    let max_cpu_usage_ms: UInt64
    let delay_sec: UInt64
    let context_free_actions: [ActionAbi]
    let actions: [ActionAbi]
    let transaction_extensions: StringCollectionWriterValue
}

Write bytes

The Encodable protocol has two extension funcs called toHex() and toData(). The toData() function will write the struct values to a byte array. The toHex() function will write the struct values to a byte array and encode the bytes as a hexadecimal string, in other words, an abi_bin.

Examples

See the eos-swiftTests/eos-chain-actions/abihex test package for abi byte writing examples.

eos-http-rpc

A http client used to makes requests to the nodeos RPC HTTP API.

Factory

The http client interfaces can be created using ChainApiFactory and HistoryApiFactory.

let chainApi = ChainApiFactory.create(rootUrl: Config.CHAIN_API_BASE_URL)

ChainApi

The ChainApi interface contains all the network requests for the chain/ resource. e.g; chain/get_info

chainApi.getInfo().subscribe(onSuccess: { response in
    let info: Info = response.body!
}, onError: { error in
    let httpErrorResponse = error as! HttpErrorResponse<ChainError>
    print(httpErrorResponse.bodyString)
})

The HistoryApi interface contains all the network requests for the history/ resource. e.g; history/get_transaction

historyApi.getTransaction(body: GetTransaction(id: action.action_trace.trx_id)).subscribe(onSuccess: { response in
     let historicTransaction: HistoricTransaction = response.body!
 }, onError: { error in
     let httpErrorResponse = error as! HttpErrorResponse<ChainError>
     print(httpErrorResponse.bodyString)
 })

Credits

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