Add the SDK
The first step in getting up and running with Nami in your App is to add it to your project. In this guide you'll find instructions for adding the Nami SDK to your project in
- Apple projects
- React Native projects for both iOS and Android
- Android projects
We support several options to get your project up and running with Nami in the Apple ecosystem. Also, check out our Github Repository.
The Nami Apple SDK supports
- iOS 13+
- iPadOS 13+
- Xcode 12+
SPM using Xcode
- In the Xcode menu select File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency.
- Enter the URL https://github.com/namiml/NamiSDK-SwiftPackageManager into the box just below Choose Package Manager and press the Next button.
- Select branch and enter
The current Swift Package Manager version is
- Verify the SPM package is loaded by looking at the project Navigator
Alpha releases of the Nami SDK are not available on Cocoapods. Please use Swift Package Manager or manually add the framework to your project if you'd like to have early access to our latest features.
- Start by downloading the Nami framework from GitHub.
- Copy Nami.xcframework to your local project directory.
- Navigate to your application's Project settings page in Xcode select the General tab, and then scroll down until you find the Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content section.
- Drag and drop the Nami.xcframework from the finder into the Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content section.
- When this step is complete, your Xcode should look like this:
Now you are all set to start building for both the simulator and your devices with the Nami SDK in Xcode 11.
Instructions for adding up Android 3.0.0 SDK coming soon. Contact support to learn more.
Instructions for adding the React Native 3.0.0 Bridge coming soon. Contact support to learn more.
Updated 2 months ago