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Adobe Experience Platform Mobile Core SDK in Swift
.package(url: "https://github.com/adobe/aepsdk-core-ios.git", from: "3.3.0")

Adobe Experience Platform Core SDK

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About this project

The AEPCore, AEPServices, and AEPIdentity extensions represent the foundation of the Adobe Experience Platform SDK - every app using the SDK must include them. These modules contain a common set of functionality and services which are required by all SDK extensions.

AEPCore contains implementation of the Event Hub. The Event Hub is the mechanism used for delivering events between the app and the SDK. The Event Hub is also used for sharing data between extensions.

AEPServices provides several reusable implementations needed for platform support, including networking, disk access, and database management.

AEPIdentity implements the integration with Adobe Experience Platform Identity services.

AEPSignal represents the Adobe Experience Platform SDK's Signal extension that allows marketers to send a "signal" to their apps to send data to external destinations or to open URLs.

AEPLifecycle represents the Adobe Experience Platform SDK's Lifecycle extension that helps collect application Lifecycle metrics such as, application install or upgrade information, application launch and session information, device information, and any additional context data provided by the application developer.


  • Xcode 11.0 (or newer)
  • Swift 5.1 (or newer)


These are currently the supported installation options:


# Podfile

# for app development, include all the following pods
target 'YOUR_TARGET_NAME' do
    pod 'AEPCore'
    pod 'AEPLifecycle'
    pod 'AEPIdentity'
    pod 'AEPSignal'

# for extension development, include AEPCore and its dependencies
target 'YOUR_TARGET_NAME' do
    pod 'AEPCore'

Replace YOUR_TARGET_NAME and then, in the Podfile directory, type:

$ pod install

Swift Package Manager

To add the AEPCore Package to your application, from the Xcode menu select:

File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency...

Enter the URL for the AEPCore package repository: https://github.com/adobe/aepsdk-core-ios.git.

When prompted, input a specific version or a range of versions, and choose all the AEP* libraries.

Alternatively, if your project has a Package.swift file, you can add AEPCore directly to your dependencies:

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/adobe/aepsdk-core-ios.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "3.0.0"))

Project Reference

Include AEPCore.xcodeproj in the targeted Xcode project and link all necessary libraries to your app target.


Run make archive from the root directory to generate .xcframeworks for each module under the build folder. Drag and drop all .xcframeworks to your app target in Xcode.


Additional documentation for usage and SDK architecture can be found under the Documentation directory.

Related Projects

Project Description
AEPEdge Extension Provides support to the Experience Platform Edge for the AEP SDK.
AEPRulesEngine Implementation of the Rules Engine used by the AEP SDK.
AEP SDK Sample App for iOS Contains iOS sample apps for the AEP SDK. Apps are provided for both Objective-C and Swift implementations.
AEP SDK Sample Extension for iOS Contains a sample implementation of an iOS extension for the AEP SDK. Example implementations are provided for both Objective-C and Swift.
AEP SDK Compatibility for iOS Contains code that bridges ACPCore and 3rd party extension implementations into the AEP SDK runtime.


Contributions are welcomed! Read the Contributing Guide for more information.


This project is licensed under the Apache V2 License. See LICENSE for more information.


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Release Notes

6 weeks ago

What’s Changed

  • staging -> main (v3.3.0) (#711) @praveek
  • dev -> staging (Bug fixes for v3.3.0) (#710) @praveek
  • Fix Lifecycle issues (#709) @praveek
  • Fix app version format in Lifecycle::applicationLaunch event (#708) @praveek
  • dev -> staging (v3.3.0) (#706) @praveek
  • version update (3.2.4 -> 3.3.0) (#705) @praveek
  • Merge feature/lifecycleEdge -> dev (#703) @praveek
  • Rename XDMLifecycleLanguage and EventType in Lifecycle Extension (#704) @praveek
  • Merge branch dev-v3.3.0 into feature/lifecycleEdge (#702) @praveek
  • [MOB-14763] Test app for Core (Lifecycle support for now) (#699) @cdhoffmann
  • [AMSDK-9271] Dispatch Lifecycle XDM events "Application Launch (Foreground)" & "Application Close (Background)" (#672) @addb
  • Implement State manager for LifecycleV2 (#700) @praveek
  • [MOB-14373] Implemented LifecycleDataStore cache to compute, cache and persist the last event timestamp before sdk shutdown. (#682) @addb
  • Limit number of times a dispatch consequence event can be processed (#686) @kevinlind
  • Lifecycle - Codebase updates to better accommodate standard & XDM workflows (#694) @emdobrin
  • CI - Run swiftformat check with v5.1 (#697) @emdobrin

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