Circuit iOS SDK
Welcome to the Circuit iOS SDK. You can use the provided SDK to build a text or media mobile application for iOS.
- Developer account on circuitsandbox.net. Get it for free at developer registration.
- OAuth 2.0
client_secret. Get if for free at circuit.github.com/oauth.
CircuitSDK is available through CocoaPods. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
You can find the sample application in the iOS Sample App directory. If you try to run the application, you won’t be able to logon. You must add your client id and client secret and install pods. In the terminal navigate to the CircuitKit folder and run the following command:
This will install the pods and create a CircuitKit.xcworkspace, open that file instaead of the CircuitKit.xcodeproj. In the Sample/Resources folder open AppDelegate.swift, here you can add your client id and client secret. Press the run button
If you do not have any client credentials first sign up for a developer account here
Once your account is approved navigate to Circuit App Registration and follow the instructions to obtain the credentials
Once you receive them you are ready to run the sample application and create your own.
Here are some snippets to get you started.
It’s a good idea to initialize the SDK when the application launches,
this can be done in the AppDelegate file.
Application scope should be a comma delimited string that can contain any of
We use a framework called AppAuth to help with OAuth 2.0 authentication.
AppAuth takes your client id and client secret and returns to you an access token,
you can the use this access token to logon.
See AppAuth-iOS for examples using AppAuth
Remember to set your redirectURI you created when registering your application,
this redirectURI tells AppAuth how to get back to your application after
authentication has completed.
[client initializeSDK:@"ADD CLIENT_ID" oAuthClientSecret:@"ADD CLIENT SECRET" oAuthScope:@"ADD OAUTH SCOPE"];
CKTClient().initializeSDK("ADD CLIENT ID", oAuthClientSecret:"ADD CLIENT SECRET", oAuthScope:"ADD OAUTH SCOPE")
Event handling is already setup in the SDK. All you have to do to provide
event handling to your application is add some observers where you want to listen
to specific events.
|CKTNotificationBasicSearchResults||string||Asynchronous search results for startUserSearch or startBasicSearch|
|CKTNotificationCallEnded||string||Fired when a call is terminated|
|CKTNotificationCallIncoming||string||Fired when an incoming call is received. I.e. client is alerting|
|CKTNotificationCallStatus||string||Fired when the call state, or any other call attribute of a local or remote call changes. Use the isRemote property to determine if the call is local or remote. A call is considered remote when a) the call is active on another device, or b) a group call is not joined yet|
|CKTNotificationConnectionStateChanged||string||Fired when the connection state changes|
|CKTNotificationConversationCreated||string||Fired when a new conversation is created for this user. This can be a brand new conversation, or being added to a conversation|
|CKTNotificationConversationUpdated||string||Fired when an existing conversation is updated|
|CKTNotificationItemAdded||string||Fired when a new conversation item is received. Note that the sender of an item will also receive this event|
|CKTNotificationItemUpdated||string||Fired when an existing conversation item is updated|
|CKTNotificationReconnectFailed||string||Fired when automatic reconnecting to the server fails|
|CKTNotificationRenewToken||string||Fired when token has been renewed after session expiry. Error included on failure|
|CKTNotificationSessionExpires||string||Fired when session expires|
|CKTNotificationUserPresenceChanged||string||Fired when the presence of a subscribed user changes|
|CKTNotificationUserSettingsChanged||string||Fired when one or more user settings for the logged on user change|
|CKTNotificationUserUpdated||string||Fired when the local user is updated. E.g. I change the jobTitle on my mobile device|
[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self selector:@selector(itemAddedToConversation) name:CKTNotificationItemAdded object:nil];
NSNotificationCenter.defaultCenter() .addObserver(self, selector:#selector(itemAddedToConversation), name:CKTNotificationItemAdded, object: nil)
To listen for events you need to add observers to your application logic. You
do this using Apple’s Notification Center if you have never used NSNotificationCenter
you can find more information on it here
In the example we are watching for an event called CKTNotificationItemAdded which when triggered
will fire a method called itemAddedToConversation
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