This guide covers everything you need before you can install and use the Kustomer Chat iOS SDK.
The Kustomer Chat iOS SDK requires the following minimum Apple iOS and Xcode versions:
Given Apple's deprecation of Xcode 12 & lower, all Kustomer iOS SDKs can only be built using Xcode 13 starting in version 2.6.2 of our SDK.
To work with the Kustomer Chat SDK, you'll need at least Administrator-level permission sets to create API keys and to access the chat settings for your Kustomer organization.
The Kustomer Chat SDK requires an API key with the
org.tracking role for your Kustomer organization.
You can manually generate an API key in your Kustomer Security settings.
To generate the API key manually:
Go to Settings in your Kustomer app, and select Security > API Keys > Add API Key.
Enter a descriptive name for your API key. Set Roles to
org.trackingand Expires (in days) to "No Expiration".
Select Create to generate a new API Key. Save your API key in a secure location.
To learn more about Kustomer API keys, see API keys in the Kustomer Help Center.
Optional: Building your own UI
You can also disable all of our UI, and use the iOS Chat SDK with your own custom view controllers and interface. The
ChatListenerclasses let you interact with our API directly.
See Build your own UI for more.
Updated about 1 month ago