Azure SDK for iOS (August 2021)
The Azure SDK team is pleased to announce our August 2021 client library releases.
- Communication Calling
Communication Calling 2.0.0-beta.1 Changelog
Transcriptionfeatures are decoupled from
Callobject and now can only be used via extensions. Usage example:
let recordingFeature = self.call!.api(RecordingFeature.self) recordingFeature.delegate = self.callObserver
didChangeTranscriptionStateare moved out of
More documentation on extensions and the breaking change can be found here.
- Not triggering calldidChangeState if using createCallAgentWithCallKitOption. And not able to accept the call in App killed state (#316).
- Remote participant stream is stretched after hang-up (#311).
- CallKit bug fixes with sometimes call gets disconnected immediately after picking up the call.
- Intermittent freezing of UI thread issue is fixed when for e.g. reading property
Resumesupport fixed with CallKit enabled
Communication Chat 1.0.1 Changelog
- ChatClient sets
applicationIdto be empty by default instead of using the bundle identifier
Communication Common 1.0.2 Changelog
- Fix dependency in
- For reference documentation visit the Azure SDK for iOS documentation.
- For tutorials, samples, quick starts and other documentation, visit the Azure SDK for iOS repository.
- File an issue via Github Issues.
- Check previous questions or ask new ones on
StackOverflow using the
View all the latest versions of iOS packages here.
To install the latest GA and beta libraries, we recommend you use the Swift Package Manager. As an alternative, you may also integrate the libraries using CocoaPods.
To add the Azure SDK for iOS to your application, follow the instructions in Adding Package Dependencies to Your App:
With your project open in Xcode 11 or later, select File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency… Enter the clone URL of the Swift Package Manager mirror repository for the library you wish to include (it will have the form
SwiftPM-<NAME>, i.e.: https://github.com/Azure/SwiftPM-AzureCore.git) and click Next. For the version rule, specify the exact version or version range you wish to use with your application and click Next. Finally, place a checkmark next to each client library you wish to use with your application, ensure your application target is selected in the Add to target dropdown, and click Finish.
To add the Azure SDK for iOS to your application, follow the example in Importing Dependencies:
Open your project’s
Package.swift file and add a new package dependency to your project’s
dependencies section, specifying the clone URL of the Swift Package Manager mirror repository and the version specifier you wish to use:
// swift-tools-version:5.3 dependencies: [ ... .package(name: "AzureCommunicationChat", url: "https://github.com/Azure/SwiftPM-AzureCommunicationChat.git", from: "1.0.1"), .package(name: "AzureCommunicationCommon", url: "https://github.com/Azure/SwiftPM-AzureCommunicationCommon.git", from: "1.0.2"), ]
Next, add each client library you wish to use in a target to the target’s array of
targets: [ ... .target( name: "MyTarget", dependencies: [ "AzureCommunicationChat", "AzureCommunicationCommon", ... ] ) ]
CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Objective-C and Swift projects. You can install it with the following command:
$ [sudo] gem install cocoapods
CocoaPods 1.5+ is required.
To integrate one or more client libraries into your project using CocoaPods, specify them in your Podfile, providing the version specifier you wish to use. To ensure compatibility when using multiple client libraries in the same project, use the same version specifier for all Azure SDK client libraries within the project:
platform :ios, '12.0' # Comment the next line if you don't want to use dynamic frameworks use_frameworks! target 'MyTarget' do pod 'AzureCommunicationCalling', '2.0.0-beta.1' pod 'AzureCommunicationChat', '1.0.1' pod 'AzureCommunicationCommon', '1.0.2' ... end
Then, run the following command:
$ pod install
If you have a bug or feature request for one of the libraries, please post an issue to GitHub.