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Placenote SDK iOS Sample app.

The Placenote Software development kit (SDK) allows developers to create mobile applications that are location aware indoors without the need for GPS, markers or beacons. The SDK is compatible with all ARKit enabled phones and can be used to create persistent augmented reality experiences on iOS! The Placenote SDK iOS Sample app provided here is to serve as an example on how to integrate the SDK into a native iOS app. This app is written primarily in Swift. Questions? Comments? Issues? Come see us on Slack

Getting Started

  • First off, you will need to create a developer account and generate an API Key on our website:
    • https://developer.placenote.com/

How to Download and Install Placenote

Download the .tar release package (RECOMMENDED)

Using this Github repository

If you prefer you can clone this repository but make sure you take note of the following:

  • Critical library files are stored using lfs, which is the large file storage mechanism for git. To Install these files, install lfs either using HomeBrew:

    brew install git-lfs
    

    or MacPorts:

    port install git-lfs
    
  • And then, to get the library files, run:

    git lfs install
    git lfs pull
    
  • More details can be found on the git lfs website

Official Placenote Documentation

Please use the official Placenote documentation to learn how to build apps with Placenote.

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Releases

v1.6.12 - Mar 5, 2019

Release Notes

Download the tar.gz file only!

This will make sure you get the core Placenote binaries that are stored in lfs (large file system). If you want to clone the repo, ensure you have git lfs installed on your machine.

What's new in this release?

  • Increased the angle of possible localization by upwards of 10 degrees
  • Added support for iPad 2018 (4:3 ratios)

v1.6.11 - Nov 29, 2018

Release Notes

Download the tar.gz file only!

This will make sure you get the core Placenote binaries that are stored in lfs (large file system). If you want to clone the repo, ensure you have git lfs installed on your machine.

What's new in this release?

  • Reduced RAM usage for mapping, so you can map larger areas
  • Better mapping performance for more robust localization

v1.6.10 - Nov 3, 2018

Reduce memory usage of map files by 40-50% to make for much faster uploads/download times.

v1.6.9 - Oct 12, 2018

Fixed a calibration issue making localization more robust

v1.6.8 - Oct 1, 2018

Adding a function for GetMetaData to get metadata for a specific map id Removing confusing spurious error/debug messages coming from PlacenoteSDK