Latest 1.0.1
License BSD
Platforms ios 8.4
Frameworks UIKit

iOS SDK for Projector

Getting Started

For a detailed introduction to Projector, please read our Getting Started documentation.

To integrate the iOS SDK into your application, start with Installing ProjectorKit.


The documentation can be found at
The ProjectorKit SDK reference is located at

Getting Help

  • Need help? There are three possible ways to contact us:
  • Reporting a bug? Open an issue. If possible, include the version, a log file, and a project that shows the issue.
  • Requesting a feature? Open an issue. Tell us what the feature is, and why you want the feature. Please note this is for a feature with ProjectorKit. For general Projector features, please contact us via one the help options.


ProjectorKit is currently developed with Xcode 7.3 (7D175).

It also depends on the following for development:

Preparing for Development

To start, install Homebrew, following the documentation on the Homebrew project page.

Next to setup your ProjectorKit development environment, launch and navigate to the ProjectorKit directory. From the shell prompt, type:

> make init

This command will install the RubyGems xcpretty and jazzy. It will also install Carthage via Homebrew.

Installing SwiftCheck

In order to run the ProjectorKit test suite, you will need to checkout and build SwiftCheck via Carthage. Again, from the, inside the ProjectorKit directory, type at the prompt:

> make deps

Generate documentation (via Jazzy)

  • First, install the RubyGems, as explained above.
  • Inside, from the ProjectorKit directory, enter the following at the shell prompt:
> make headerdoc

This will create a directory named docs with the generated ProjectorKit SDK reference documentation.


See for details.


ProjectorKit is released under a modified BSD license. See LICENSE for more information.

Latest podspec

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