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iOS

Rob Inman
Rob Inman
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Using an SDK written in Objective-C with Swift apps

Hello, I am currently going through Pasan's Swift and iOS courses. Mobile app development is an entirely new world for me so there is a lot to take in.

One of the things I've come across is an SDK that is written in Objective-C. I'm wanting to use this SDK as part of my app for learning/demo purposes. The SDK's documentation says that it can work in Swift-based apps without problem. Googling around, it definitely appears that when using Xcode, the two languages play nicely together. Unfortunately, I just don't know where to begin. The SDK's documentation doesn't explain how to use it within Swift-based apps.

What is the process of using Objective-C .m and .h files within Swift? Are there any big gotchas I need to be aware of? Any good resources to look at?

Thank you!