Apple Pay lets users make in-store payments for physical goods or services using an iOS 8 app. Payment information is stored in their iOS device, and users can use Touch ID to provide their payment and shipping information to complete the transaction with a single touch. The SDK is written using Objective-C.
Use this Objective-C SDK to develop the Socrata Open Data API (SODA) for iOS. SODA provides access to a variety of social data. This SDK can be added as a CocoaPods dependency, static library, or by copying the client sources and adding the dependent frameworks.
The Scriber iOS SDK provides developers access to the Scriber API functionality through Objective-C. Some example SDK methods include retrieving sales and sale information, managing events and referrals, and retrieving users. Scriber is a platform for in-app sales, referrals, and analytics.
The Hoko iOS SDK provides developers access to the functionality of Hoko in Objective-C. Some example SDK methods include deep linking links and sending push notifications to iOS devices and applications. Hoko is platform that provides mobile deeplinking functionalities.
This Objective-C SDK allows for integration of Flurry Analytics and iOS. This SDK supports Xcode 6, with an SDK for Xcode 5 available upon request. This SDK requires unique API Keys for each application and removal of exception handler when using Crash Analytics. There are reproducible steps that integrate with the following Flurry Analytics options: Sessions,Active Users,New Users, Session Length, Frequency of Use, Benchmarks, Page Views, Custom User Segments, Lifecycle Metrics, User Retention, Version Adoption, Cross-App Usage, Category Interests, Personas, Demographic Estimates, Time of Day Reporting, Geographic Usage, Language Metrics, Devices Carriers, and Firmware Versions.
The Nymi iOS SDK allows developers to create applications for the Nymi wristband. The Nymi band aims to allow individuals with persistent identity via authentication using a uder's unique ECG. The SDK allows developers to use "native" and "net" flavors of the Nymi Communication Library. The native flavor is for directly interacting with physical Nymis, and the net flavor allows interaction with a Nymi ecosystem daemon (ecodaemon). The Nymi iOS SDK is written in Objective-C.