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League of Legends API & Data Framework in Swift
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LeagueAPI - Documentation

Build Status CocoaPods Compatible Carthage Compatible Platform MIT Licensed

League API is a League of Legends Framework in Swift. It provides an easy way to get League's data into your iOS, WatchOS, TvOS and MacOS & Linux application.

It is designed to be easy to use, taking advantage of Swift enums. It also comes with some internal mechanisms, to handle any API key rate limit.

Support League of Legends, Clash, Teamfight Tactics and League of Runnetera APIs

🚧 Installation 🚧

CocoaPods

  • Go in your project, in the folder where is located YourProject.xcodeproj.
  • Run pod init.
  • Open Podfile for editing (do not use Textedit as it will insert invalid characters).
  • Right under "use_frameworks!", write pod 'LeagueAPI'.
  • Run pod install.
  • A YourProject.xcworkspace was created. From now, you should open this file instead of YourProject.xcodeproj.
  • If you can write import LeagueAPI in your project without compiler error, you're done. Great job! If it is not the case, you can open an issue so that I can look at your problem.

Carthage

  • Go in your project, in the folder where is located YourProject.xcodeproj.
  • Create a file named Cartfile and write github "Kelmatou/LeagueAPI" in it.
  • Run carthage bootstrap --platform iOS --use-xcframeworks in Terminal (for Xcode < 12, you don't necessarily need to add --use-xcframeworks).
  • Open YourProject.xcodeproj and go to target General settings.
  • Add LeagueAPI.framework in Embedded Binaries (located at Carthage/Build/LeagueAPI.xcframework).
  • If you can write import LeagueAPI in your project without compiler error, you're done. Great job! If it is not the case, read the troubleshooting section below.

Manual

  • Download a Release version here (or Github content but you may get a version with experimental changes).
  • Open LeagueAPI/LeagueAPI.xcodeproj.
  • Select LeagueAPI-Release scheme and build it (play button or cmd+b) for your desired platform (Simulator or iOS Generic Device).
  • In the Project Navigator, you'll find a folder Products with LeagueAPI.framework. Drag and drop it in your project general settings -> Embedded Binaries.
  • If you can write import LeagueAPI in your project without compiler error, you're done. Great job! If you encounter a problem on this step, check if you selected the same platform as LeagueAPI.framework in you project's destination target (Simulator or iOS device). If it does not solve your problem, read the troubleshooting section below.

Troubleshooting

This section lists the main solutions to be able to import LeagueAPI in your project.

  • Go back to your project, target settings -> Build Settings -> Framework Search Paths, then add the path to LeagueAPI.framework.

If none of these helped you, open an issue describing your problem and I'll try to check it out as soon as possible.

πŸ“‹ Requirements πŸ“‹

πŸ“¦ Minimum versions πŸ“¦

πŸ“± iOS 9.0
⌚ WatchOS 2.0
πŸ“Ί TvOS 9.0
πŸ’» MacOS 10.9 (Mavericks)

πŸ”‘ Riot API Key πŸ”‘

To use LeagueAPI, you'll require a Riot API Key. You'll get one by visiting https://developer.riotgames.com. Create an account and on you dashboard, you'll be able to generate your key. By default, Riot will generate a 'Development Key', which expires in 24h. When your application is ready to be deployed and respects Riot API usage conditions, you can apply for a 'Production Key'. Please note that you should agree with Riot API usage policy

😈 First Blood 😈

Starting using this framework requires you to create an instance of LeagueAPI by writing:

let league = LeagueAPI(APIToken: "*INSERT YOUR KEY HERE*")

Now use this instance everywhere, you shouldn't recreate the LeagueAPI variable.

🧐 And then? 🧐

LeagueAPI is divided in 4 different APIs:

  • Riot API
  • League of Legends API
  • Team Fight Tactics API
  • Legends of Runnetera API

Riot API

Riot API returns information about Riot Games accounts for each player.
It is accessible from league.riotAPI. From there you'll access the methods for:

League of Legends API

League of Legends API contains methods related to League of Legends game.
It is accessible through league.lolAPI. From there you'll get information about:

League of Legends

Clash

Teamfight Tactics

Teamfight Tactics API contains methods related to Teamfight Tactics game.
It is accessible through league.tftAPI. From there you'll find information for:

Legends of Runnetera

Legends of Runnetera API contains methods related to Leagueof Runnetera game.
It is accessible through league.lorAPI. From there you'll get information about:

Full documentation is available here.
Note that only the last release will appear in the documentation. See previous revisions for older LeagueAPI versions.

Make LeagueAPI Grow Up!

If anything you wanted was missing, do not hesitate to open an issue or create a pull request. It could help future developers. If you found LeagueAPI helpful or cool to use don't hesitate to promote it by adding a ⭐️ πŸ˜‰

Contributors

Antoine Clop (Kelmatou)
Ronan Cendrier (Hanoki)
Ammon Parry (AmmonP)
Sandi Karajic (SKarajic)

GitHub

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