News: Articles for #iOS

  • 2018/11/20

    LINE SDK 5.0.0 released

    The LINE SDKs 5.0.0 for Android, iOS Swift, and iOS Objective-C have been released. For installation and usage instructions, see the following guides:

    Changes

    LINE Login v2.1 and Social API v2.1 are supported

    You can set permissions to be granted to your app as scopes when users log in to your app with LINE Login. By setting scopes, you can get ID tokens when you get access tokens. Those tokens contain user information according to the scopes you set with the login request.

    You can display an option to add your bot as a friend to users logging in to your app. You can get the friendship status between users and your bot with login responses and the Social API.

    New SDK version in Swift

    Developed in Swift, the LINE SDK for iOS Swift provides a modern way of implementing LINE APIs. The LINE SDK 5.0.0 for iOS Objective-C is the last version of our Objective-C SDK.

    Open-source SDK

    The LINE SDK for Android and iOS Swift are open-sourced. Visit the following repositories to check the provided code and samples.

    Detailed reference

    Now you can access detailed reference based on the source code. For more information, see the following references:

  • 2018/04/13

    LINE SDK for iOS 4.1.1 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS version 4.1.1 has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.

    Changes:

    • Fixed an issue that the LineSDKLogin object has the access token in cache even after logout.

    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.

  • 2018/01/29

    LINE SDK for iOS 4.1.0 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS version 4.1.0 has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.

    Changes:

    • The web login process now uses a Safari View Controller instead of an external browser.

    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.

  • 2017/03/22

    LINE SDK for iOS CocoaPod released

    We have released the LINE SDK for iOS on CocoaPods. You can now download the LINE SDK for iOS using CocoaPods for your Objective-C and Swift projects.

    For information on how to download the SDK with CocoaPods, see the link below.

    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.

  • 2017/01/27

    LINE SDK for iOS 4.0.1 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS version 4.0.1 has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.

    Changes:
    • Fixed an issue which causes an authentication error when using Web Login.
    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.
  • 2017/01/24

    New versions of Web Login and the LINE SDK released

    New versions of Web Login, LINE SDK for Android, and LINE SDK for iOS have been released. Details of each release are outlined below.

    Web Login v2

    Key changes:

    • Endpoint URLs contain "v2" instead of "v1"
    • userId is returned in get user profile requests. mid is no longer returned in the response.
    • scope is returned with the default value of p for permission to get user profile information
    • error and state parameters are returned in error responses for authorization

    For more information, see the updated documentation below.

    You can also use the LINE Login starter application to help you get started with Web Login.

    Note: Web Login v1 will be discontinued in January 2018. If you are using Web Login v1, please migrate to the Web Login v2 before that time.

    LINE SDK for Android 4.0.0

    Key changes:

    • Implements the Auto Login feature using Chrome custom tabs, instead of app-to-app authorization
    • Automatically gets user profile information at login
    • Has a method to verify the access token
    • Has a method to refresh the access token
    • Has a method to log the user out

    For more detailed information on how to use the LINE SDK for Android, see the updated documentation below.

    Download the LINE SDK for Android

    LINE SDK for iOS 4.0.0

    Key changes:

    • Automatically gets user profile information at login
    • Has a method to verify the access token
    • Has a method to refresh the access token
    • Has a method to log the user out

    For more detailed information on how to use the LINE SDK for iOS, see the updated documentation below.

    Download the LINE SDK for iOS

    Note: The reference documentation for the LINE SDK for Android and iOS are currently only available in English.

    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.
  • 2017/01/10

    LINE SDK for iOS 3.2.2 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS has been updated to version 3.2.2. You can download it from the LINE SDK archives on the following page:

    Download LINE SDK

    Changes:

    • Fixed an issue with bitcode.

    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.

  • 2016/12/13

    Change to requirement on whitelisting LINE domains

    Whitelisting LINE domains is no longer a requirement for using the LINE SDK for iOS. As such, the documentation on whitelisting LINE domains found in the "Settings for iOS 9 or later" section has been removed.

  • 2015/12/22

    LINE SDK for iOS version 3.1.17 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS has been updated to version 3.1.17. You can download it from the LINE SDK archives on the following page:
    Changes:
    • Fixed an issue where return error message is not correct when a token refresh request fails.
    • Fixed an issue with iOS 9 where authorization process is not canceled when the cancel button is tapped.
    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.
  • 2015/11/06

    LINE SDK for iOS version 3.1.15 released

    The LINE SDK for iOS has been updated to version 3.1.15. You can download it from the LINE SDK archives on the following page:
    Changes:
    • Fixed app-to-app authentication error on iOS9.
    We will continue to provide improvements so that developers can code more easily.