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CareEvolution/MyDataHelpsKit-iOS 1.3.0
MyDataHelps iOS SDK
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.package(url: "https://github.com/CareEvolution/MyDataHelpsKit-iOS.git", from: "1.3.0")


An SDK to integrate MyDataHelps™ with your apps to develop your own participant experiences.

See GitHub releases for release notes.

© CareEvolution, LLC

Getting started

  1. Add MyDataHelpsKit to your Xcode workspace. See the installation section below for details.
  2. Create a MyDataHelpsClient object for communication with MyDataHelps. This object can be retained for the lifetime of your app.
  3. Obtain a participant access token for the authorized MyDataHelps participant. Note that your app is responsible for renewing the access token when it expires.
  4. Create a ParticipantSession using the access token. This is the primary interface for interacting with MyDataHelps. It can be retained for as long as the participant's access token is valid; create a new ParticipantSession when you renew the access token or when a different participant logs in.
  5. Use ParticipantSession functions to perform MyDataHelps operations and requests for the participant.

See online documentation or integrated Xcode symbol documentation for details about specific operations and model types.


import MyDataHelpsKit
// Get participant access token for an authenticated MyDataHelps user within your app.
let tokenString = getAccessToken()
// Initialize a MyDataHelpsKit client and session using the access token.
let client = MyDataHelpsClient()
let session = ParticipantSession(client: client, accessToken: .init(token: tokenString))
// Example of using MyDataHelpsKit functionality:
session.getParticipantInfo { result in
    switch result {
    case let .success(model):
        print("First Name: \(model.firstName ?? "(none)")")
        print("Last Name: \(model.lastName ?? "(none)")")
    case let .failure(error):

For a complete sample app, see the example subdirectory.



MyDataHelpsKit is a Cocoa Touch framework, linked to your app as a static library. It's built with the latest Xcode, Swift, and iOS SDK versions. It supports iOS 11 and above. MyDataHelpsKit is self-contained; there are no dependencies on other frameworks or libraries, and requires no Apple frameworks other than Foundation.

Based on your preferred installation process or dependency manager, choose from the below options to integrate MyDataHelpsKit.

Swift Package Manager

Add MyDataHelpsKit as a dependency to your Package.swift file. For more information, see the Swift Package Manager documentation.

.package(url: "https://github.com/CareEvolution/MyDataHelpsKit-iOS", from: "1.3.0")

Or in your Xcode project, go to File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency and enter https://github.com/CareEvolution/MyDataHelpsKit-iOS.


Use the standard Carthage workflow for static frameworks:

  1. Add github "CareEvolution/MyDataHelpsKit-iOS" to your Cartfile.
  2. Run carthage update --use-xcframeworks
  3. Open your app target's General settings tab in Xcode. In Finder, go to the Carthage/Build folder, and drag and drop MyDataHelpsKit.xcframework from the Carthage/Build folder into the "Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content" section in Xcode.

To update MyDataHelpsKit to a newer version, run carthage update --use-xcframeworks, optionally appending MyDataHelpsKit-iOS to the command to only update this SDK and not other Carthage dependencies.


Use the standard Cocoapods workflow:

  1. Create a Podfile for your project using pod init if needed.
  2. Add pod 'MyDataHelpsKit' to your Podfile.
  3. Run pod install

To update MyDataHelpsKit to a newer version, run pod update, optionally appending MyDataHelpsKit to the command to only update this SDK and not other Cocoapods dependencies.

Manual integration

  1. Download and unzip the latest release from GitHub.
  2. From Finder, drag MyDataHelpsKit.xcodeproj into your app's Xcode workspace.
  3. Open your app target's General settings tab in Xcode. In the project navigator pane, expand MyDataHelpsKit.xcodeproj > Products and drag MyDataHelpsKit.framework into the "Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content" section.

To update to a newer version of MyDataHelpsKit, download and unzip the latest release, and then delete and replace the existing MyDataHelpsKit folder structure in your workspace.


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