The LoginID iOS SDK enables you to add FIDO-certified authentication in your native iOS application without having to redirect the user to any pages outside your application.
For more robust functionality, it is likely that you will need to also leverage a Server SDK. The Server SDK makes requests to LoginID's API easier by leveraging your API Credential. Check out the LoginID Server SDK for a simplified integration.
An application must be created on the LoginID Dashboard in order to correctly configure the iOS SDK.
Once logged into the dashboard, navigate to the Applications tab in the sidebar, select “Add Application,” then select iOS.
In the resulting form, you must create a name for your application. We generate a Client ID and Base URL for your application, which you will use to configure the SDK.
After entering your application name, you will be prompted to create an API credential. If you have a client-side only application, please skip this step. Otherwise, create an API credential in order to make protected API calls.
An API service token must be included on all requests once an API credential is assigned to an application.
This instruction is for configuring your Xcode environment using Cocoapods (Please refer to https://cocoapods.org/ for more information). The LoginID SDK requires min iOS 10 for compatibility.
This SDK requires biometrics with a secure enclave that is only available on actual devices with iOS 10 +. Simulated devices are not currently supported.
Add Login SDK framework to your Podfile, then run pod install.
iOS mandates adding a usage string with the key NSFaceIDUsageDescription to your app’s info.plist file in order to use FaceID.
Note: For Objective-C development, make sure to enable "Embed Swift Standard Libraries" in your build settings to avoid a runtime error
Enable this functionality by navigating to: Build Settings > Build Options > Always Embed Swift Standard Libraries "YES"
The LoginID API must be called before any other APIs. You should call this API within your AppDelegate's