Softlation 1.0.2

Softlation 1.0.2

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LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License MIT
ReleasedLast Release Apr 2016

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Softlation iOS SDK

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Overview

Softlation's libSoftlation is a pre-compiled universal library that provides a simplest way to implement localisation updates and improve QA and a/b testing processes for your app using Softlation Service. If you want use Softlation Sync and Softlation QA in your app you need to include the library in your app, please use Pods or download the latest SoftlationSDK.dmg, these zips contain pre-compiled universal library which support armv7/armv7s/arm64/i386/x86_64 versions and can be used with iOS6+.

Working with the Library

Installation via Pods

  • Create or open Podfile and add your dependencies:
pod 'Softlation', '~> 1.0'
  • Run $ pod install in your project directory.

Installation by copying libSoftlation Files

Download and unzip the latest version of libSoftlation. Copy the "SoftlationSDK" directory in your project:

cp -r SoftlationSDK /YourProject/

In addition you'll need to include Softlation.h in your source files.

Quickstart

Prerequisite

Before getting started you must perform the steps outlined above.

Softlation Sync Integration

To enable Softlation Sync notifications, you need to do simple following steps:

  • Add the following import definitions to the AppDelegate.m file.
#import "Softlation.h"
  • Add the following code to the didFinishLaunchingWithOptions function.
- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions {

    // Your other application code.....

    // We've recommend to implement Softlation Library right before the end of the method.

    // Set YES to enable QA Mode. Default is NO 
    // Please read below how to enable QA Mode for all your controllers with NSLocalizedString
    [Softlation setQAMode:NO];

    // Optionally, you can specify custom Launch Image that will be presented right after system launch Image. 
    // The second variable holds existed Launch Image during Softlation Sync which make Sync process smooth.
    [Softlation setCustomLaunchImage:(nil) holdLaunchImageWhileLoading:YES];

    // Here you should set up your API KEY of the app on Softlation Service.
    [Softlation configureWithToken:@"API_KEY" completionHandler:nil];

    return YES;
}
  • Configure API_KEY with the given Softlation' API Key

Enabling QA Mode [PRO]

If you set [Softlation setQAMode:YES]; in your application delegate to make QA Mode work you also need to implement additional methods to all your controllers with NSLocalizedString

  • Add the following methods in all view controllers, that should update strings:
- (id)initWithNibName:(NSString *)nibNameOrNil bundle:(NSBundle *)nibBundleOrNil
{
    self = [super initWithNibName:nibNameOrNil bundle:nibBundleOrNil];

    if (self) {

        [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self
                                                 selector:@selector(handleTranslationUpdated:)
                                                     name:kSoftlationTranslationUpdatedNotification object:nil];
    }
    return self;
}

- (void)handleTranslationUpdated:(NSNotification *)notification {
    // Update view texts, for details see below
}

- (void)dealloc
{
    [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] removeObserver:self];
}
  • Add new method to controllers

If you have a table in your controller simply modify the following method:

- (void)handleTranslationUpdated:(NSNotification *)notification {

    // This line you need only if your controller consist Table View with NSLocalizedString, 
    // Add it for all your Table View using their names
    // By default you can set it to tableView
    [self.TABLEVIEWNAME reloadData];

}
  • If you want to update other NSLocalizedString outside Table Views you need to call [self.view setNeedsLayout] in handleTranslationUpdated and simply reset values in viewWillLayoutSubviews
- (void)handleTranslationUpdated:(NSNotification *)notification {

    [self.view setNeedsLayout];

}

- (void)viewWillLayoutSubviews {

    [super viewWillLayoutSubviews];

    self.label1.text = NSLocalizedString(@"StringNameKey", nil);
    self.label2.text = NSLocalizedString(@"StringName2Key", nil);

}

If you have subviews without storing references to them in @properties you should handle these cases separately, probably recreating such subviews to reset text.

Licence and Copyright

Softlation © 2014-2016 All Rights Reserved

Unauthorised copying or unauthorised use is a violation of applicable laws.