Chat APIs and In-app Messaging SDKs for Developers, by Developers

Applozic powers multi-platform Chat APIs and in-app Messaging SDKs for Android, iOS and the Web that will enable you to build advanced in-app chat solutions your users will love.

Integrate chat in your application with completely customizable UI kits, powerful messaging APIs and SDKs, developed with exceptional security measures in mind.

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iOS Integration Overview

This article gives you an overview of the steps involved in integrating the ApplozicSwift iOS SDK.

  1. The first step is installation. Check out the detailed steps for Installation. Our preferred way of installation is Cocoapods.

  2. Once the installation is done then the next step is authentication. Check out Authentication and Authorization for detailed steps.

  3. The next step is creating a conversation. Whether we want to create a new conversation or we want to show the list of conversations a user already has, this is the section you should check.

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Conversation Screen

  1. One of the most important steps in this whole process is the Push Notification setup. Only after this setup, you will receive real-time messages and notifications. Check out detailed steps in Notifications.
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On Screen Notification

  1. If the above setup is done then we have already covered all the major points required to receive and send messages. We have a few more sections where we cover some topics like Contacts setup(where we can create and show contacts), Customization (CoreSDK) and Customization (ApplozicSwift) (involving UI customization and feature settings), Localization (CoreSDK) Localization (ApplozicSwift), etc.

If you have any doubt or you are facing any issue in integration then you can check out our support page for help.

Updated about a month ago


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