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iOS Quickstart

1. Install the SDK

The iOS SDK is a dynamic framework, compatible with iOS 9.0 and higher, Xcode 10+. Will work with Swift 4.2, along with Objective-C.

Integrating with CocoaPods

Simply add the SDK to your Podfile:

pod 'LMGUI'
Then run pod install to have CocoaPods add the framework to your project.

If you don't have a Podfile or are unsure on how to proceed, see the CocoaPods usage guide.

2. Initialization

Create an Integration Write Key

Create a new Integration for your app in the Property you're working with, and use the Integration Write Key to initialize the SDK (below).

See Enabling SDK Integrations for more details.

Initialize SDK

Using the Integration Key, initialize the SDK client in your AppDelegate application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: method:

@import LMGUI;


- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application
    didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions {

  ... your app init code ...

  [[LMGClient shared] setIntegrationKey:@"MY_INTEGRATION_KEY"];
  return YES;

3. Additional configuration

To ensure smooth operation of the SDK please enable Background fetch in your build Target's Capabilities. Alternatively, you can add following section to your app's Info.plist configuration file:


4.Testing your integration

Run app. You should see following message in your log:

Finished use case: LMGStartSession 
 with params: <your_key>
 result: <LMGSession: 0x600002e20780> 
 error: (null)

5. Anonymous usage

Some SDK features requires the session to be autenticated, to do that you'll need to conform the protocol LMGClientAuthenticationDelegate and implement the method (void)userAuthenticationRequiredByClient:

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