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Cisco Webex iOS SDK Example

This Kitchen Sink demo employs Cisco Webex service through Webex iOS SDK. It provides a developer friendly sample implementation of Webex client SDK and showcases all SDK features. It focuses on how to call and use Webex-SDK APIs. Developers could directly cut, paste, and use the code from this sample.

This demo supports iOS device with iOS 13 or later

Table of Contents

Screenshots

  1. ScreenShot-1: Main page of Application, listing main functions of this demo.
  2. ScreenShot-2: Initiate call page.
  3. ScreenShot-3: Show call controls when call is connected.
  4. ScreenShot-4: Video calling screen
  5. ScreenShot-5: Teams listing screen
  6. ScreenShot-6: Space listing screen
  7. ScreenShot-7: Space related option screen
  8. ScreenShot-8: Send Message screen

Download App

You can download our Demo App from TestFlight.

  1. Download TestFlight from App Stroe.
  2. Open the public url(https://testflight.apple.com/join/obJ7Inof) from your iPhone browser.
  3. Start Testing and install Ktichen Sink App from TestFlight.

Setup

Here are the steps to setup Xcode project using CocoaPods:

  1. Install CocoaPods:

    gem install cocoapods
  2. Setup Cocoapods:

    pod setup
  3. Install WebexSDK and other dependencies from your project directory:

    pod install
  4. To the app’s Info.plist, please add an entry GroupIdentifier with the value as your app's GroupIdentifier. This is required so that we can get a path to store the local data warehouse. Note: You'll need to claim your own GroupIdentifier from Apple developer site.

  5. If you'll be using WebexBroadcastExtensionKit, You also need to add an entry GroupIdentifier with the value as your app's GroupIdentifier to your Broadcast Extension target. This is required so that we that we can communicate with the main app for screen sharing.

  6. Modify the Signing & Capabilities section in your xcode project as follows

Usage

  1. Add Secrets.plist file in your project and add following fields:

    clientId
    clientSecret
    redirectUri
    
  2. Enabling and using screen share on your iPhone

    • Add screen recording to control center:

      1. Open Settings -> Control Center -> Customize Controls

      2. Tap '+' on Screen Recording

    • To share your screen in KitchenSink:

      1. Swipe up to open Control Center

      2. Long press on recording button

      3. select the KitchenSinkBroadcastExtension, tap Start Broadcast button

API Reference

For complete API Reference, see documentation

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