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Enterprise App Updater loads app's manifest file, checks for a new version, provides an alert with patch notes and starts the update.


Swift Package Manager (preferred)

Open your application project in Xcode 11 or later, go to menu File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependency... and paste the package repository URL https://github.com/DnV1eX/EnterpriseAppUpdater.git.

CocoaPods (deprecated)

Add the pod to your Podfile:

pod 'EnterpriseAppUpdater', '~> 1.1'

Copy File (not recommended)

Alternatively, you can manually copy EnterpriseAppUpdater.swift into your project.

Prepare Application Manifest

  1. Generate manifest.plist during enterprise app distribution in Xcode Organizer;
  2. Make sure software-package asset contains direct https link to the app's .ipa;
  3. Optionally add release notes to subtitle metadata to display in the update alert (use \n for line break);
  4. Upload the manifest and get a direct https link you will use to initialize EnterpriseAppUpdater.

Manifest URL must remain the same when the update is released, you only edit .plist content such as app url, bundle-version and optional subtitle.

Usage Example

import EnterpriseAppUpdater
typealias Updater = EnterpriseAppUpdater
let updater = Updater(manifest: url) // Initialize EnterpriseAppUpdater with manifest.plist URL.
updater.loadManifest { result in
    switch result {
    case .success(let manifest):
        switch updater.check(manifest: manifest) {
        case .success(let item):
            let alert = updater.alert(for: item, onStart: { _ in
                print(Updater.Message.started, item.metadata.version)
                updater.start { error in
                    print(Updater.Message.error, error)
            }, onPostpone: { _ in
                print(Updater.Message.postponed, item.metadata.version)
            self.present(alert, animated: true) // Use UIApplication.shared.windows.first?.rootViewController? if self is not UIViewController.
        case .failure(let error):
            switch error {
            case .noAppUpdateNeeded:
                print(Updater.Message.upToDate, error)
                print(Updater.Message.error, error)
    case .failure(let error):
        print(Updater.Message.error, error)

It's up to you whether to load manifest and check for update on the app launch, at time intervals, or by user request.


Copyright © 2019 DnV1eX. All rights reserved. Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.


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Swift Package - 2020-09-03 13:24:00