DragonflAI SDK for iOS
The SDK is now supplied as an
xcframework, including support for the native M1 Simulator.
A ‘fat’, or universal,
.framework is also still available, if this better suits your build process.
Install the SDK using Cocoapods
We currently support integration via CocoaPods. Links for manual integration are in the next section.
The DragonflAI SDK is hosted in our private CocoaPods repository.
Add the DragonflAI pod as a dependency
add the source
You may also need to explicitly add the CocoaPods default CDN source when adding a private source, i.e.
Alternatively, if your pod setup still uses the git-based trunk source, you can continue to use that, but the CDN version is faster.
Add an entry to your
Create or edit
.netrcin your home directory, and add an entry for the DragonflAI server:
machine api.dragonflai.co login [put your API key here] password 0000
Make sure to edit this to include your own API key!
add the dependency
pod 'DragonflAI', '1.4.3'
Or, for the legacy fat/universal framework, use
See the CocoaPods docs for ways to control the version used.
add the post-install step to ensure our dependencies are built correctly to link with the DragonflAI SDK.
If you already have a post-install block you will need to combine it with ours, as there can be only one.
# DragonflAI post-install step post_install do |installer| puts "Performing post-install step for DragonflAI integration" installer.pods_project.targets.each do |target| if ['TensorFlowLiteSwift', 'PromiseKit'].include? target.name puts "Setting BUILD_LIBRARY_FOR_DISTRIBUTION = YES for " + target.name target.build_configurations.each do |config| config.build_settings['BUILD_LIBRARY_FOR_DISTRIBUTION'] = 'YES' end end end end
See steps 1-4 together in the Podfile example below.
To update your workspace, run
bundle exec pod installor
pod installin the terminal as usual.
If prompted in the terminal, enter your API Key, which you can find at our customer portal, as the username to access
api.dragonflai.co. If a password is requested, use
0000. See example output below.
CocoaPods (via git) will save these credentials in the MacOS Keychain, so you should not be prompted again.
platform :ios, '12.0' source 'https://cdn.cocoapods.org/' source 'https://api.dragonflai.co/repo/Nudity-SDK/cocoapods/CocoaPods-Podspecs.git' target 'YourApp' do # ... # Pods for DragonflAI pod 'DragonflAI' # ... # DragonflAI post-install step post_install do |installer| puts "Performing post-install step for DragonflAI integration" installer.pods_project.targets.each do |target| if ['TensorFlowLiteSwift', 'PromiseKit'].include? target.name puts "Setting BUILD_LIBRARY_FOR_DISTRIBUTION = YES for " + target.name target.build_configurations.each do |config| config.build_settings['BUILD_LIBRARY_FOR_DISTRIBUTION'] = 'YES' end end end end # ... end
Example terminal output:
When accessing our repo for the first time on a dev machine, the credentials may be requested as below.
ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff is not a real API Key / username!
$ bundle exec pod install --repo-update Updating local specs repositories CocoaPods 1.10.1 is available. To update use: `gem install cocoapods` For more information, see https://blog.cocoapods.org and the CHANGELOG for this version at https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/releases/tag/1.10.1 $ /usr/bin/git -C /Users/mobiledev/.cocoapods/repos/dragonflai-repo-nudity-sdk-cocoapods-ios-cocoapods-podspecs fetch origin --progress Username for 'https://api.dragonflai.co': ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff Password for 'https://email@example.com': $ /usr/bin/git -C /Users/mobiledev/.cocoapods/repos/dragonflai-repo-nudity-sdk-cocoapods-ios-cocoapods-podspecs rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD master $ /usr/bin/git -C /Users/mobiledev/.cocoapods/repos/dragonflai-repo-nudity-sdk-cocoapods-ios-cocoapods-podspecs reset --hard origin/master HEAD is now at b02e238 Adding version '1.3.0' Analyzing dependencies [...]
Install the SDK manually
We recommend using Cocoapods as the SDK’s dependencies are not straightforward to integrate manually.
You can download the SDK directly:
To integrate drag the contents of the zip archive into xcode.
N.B. you will also need to provide the dependencies:
Add algorithm assets to your project
The algorithm assets are large files which are distributed separately from the SDK.
For the current SDK version 1.4.x this asset is
The project location is not critical, but you may want to put this in a
DragonflAI folder with your other bundled data or assets.