Firebase Remote Config [Swift]

Firebase Remote Config is used to change the application behavior without publishing update of application.

Firebase Remote Config
Firebase Remote Config

Basic setup is to create project at firebase console.

Firebase Console
Firebase Console – Follow the steps to create a project

I am adding a video here to setup the firebase remote config.

Add core firebase to your project

Follow the steps available at : Add Firebase to your iOS Project

Steps to add remote config to your app

  1. Installation

    Update your project with required cocoapods

    Run pod install from terminal and open the created .xcworkspace file.

  2. Configure Firebase Module

    Just import firebase module and apply configure method. It will configure by itself by using GoogleService-Info.plist.

  3. Configure remote config

    Create Remote Config object, as shown in the following example:

    Create an plist file for default values of configuration and set it to remote config:

    FireSwiftRemoteConfigDefaults.plist with sampleURL key:

    Use current default key from your defaults set on plist file and send fetch request in remote config to get the configuration keys set on the firebase console:

    Note : If in developer mode cacheExpiration is set to 0 so each fetch will retrieve values from the server. The default expiration duration is 43200 (12 hours).

  4. All Done.

    Sample code available at Github. There are many other things with firebase, I will try give update in next tutorials.

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    Happy Coding 🙂

Push Notifications in iOS 10 [Swift]

Push Notification iOS 10 Swift
Push Notification iOS 10 Swift

The new framework called “UserNotifications” is introduced with iOS 10 SDK. The UserNotifications framework (UserNotifications.framework) supports the delivery and handling of local and remote notifications.

So, Let see what we have to change to get the push notifications in iOS 10.

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Bye Bye to NS from Swift!!

Logo NeXTSTEP
Logo NeXTSTEP

Many of the types are bridged to the Swift type like as (e.g., NSString being bridged to String).

Other Objective-C types are bridged to Swift are as follows :

Objective-C Swift
NSString String
NSArray Array
NSDictionary Dictionary
NSData Data
NSError Error (Added Swift 3 – Xcode 8 Beta 4)
NSNotificationCenter NotificationCenter

And more…

Bye Bye to NS from Swift!!

Happy Coding 🙂