When setting up a new project, make sure that in Info.plist add "App Transport Security Settings", and add "Allow Arbitrary Loads" and set boolean to YES for both. This SDK depends on GoogleAds-IMA-iOS-SDK, so it wil be setup through pods.

You should add the SDK and its dependencies to your project using CocoaPods.

  • Install CocoaPods and create a Podfile.
  • At the Terminal prompt, enter $ gem install cocoapods to install CocoaPods.
  • Enter $ cd <path-to-your-project>/<your-project>/ to navigate to your project directory.
  • Enter $ pod init to create a file named Podfile. Podfile defines the dependencies for your project.
  • Edit the Podfile
  • In a text editor, open your Podfile.
  • Set the iOS version to 11.0 or greater.
  • If you are using Objective-C, you can comment out "use_frameworks!".
  • Add BridSDK as a dependency. To add a specific version of the SDK, be sure to use the proper Podfile syntax.
  • Save your Podfile and close the text editor.
# Uncomment the next line to define a global platform for your project
platform :ios, '11.0'

target 'BridProject' do
  # Comment the next line if you're not using Swift and don't want to use dynamic frameworks

  # Pods for BridProject
  pod 'BridSDK'
Install the SDK
  • At the terminal prompt of your project directory, enter $ pod install to install the Brid SDK for iOS.
  • Open the .xcworkspace file for your project to launch Xcode.
  • You have retrieved your player license key and imported the Brid SDK for iOS into your project. You can now configure your project.