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infobip/infobip-rtc-ios 1.4.56
Infobip RTC SDK for iOS
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Introduction

Infobip RTC is an iOS SDK which enables you to take advantage of Infobip platform, giving you the ability to enrich your applications with real-time communications in minimum time, while you focus on your application's user experience and business logic. We currently support audio and video calls between two web or app users, and phone calls between web or app user and actual phone device.

Here you will find an overview and a quick guide on how to connect to Infobip platform. There is also in-depth reference documentation available here.

First-time setup

In order to use Infobip RTC, you need to have Web and In-app Calls enabled on your account and that's it! You are ready to make Web and In-app calls. To learn how to enable them see the documentation.

System Requirements

The Infobip RTC iOS SDK is supported on iOS 10.0 or above.

Supported Swift version is 5.1 or above.

Getting the SDK

There are several ways to install our SDK. We publish it on CocoaPods, Swift Package Manager and Carthage.

If you want to add it as a CocoaPods dependency, add the following to your Podfile:

pod 'InfobipRTC'

To install newly added dependencies, simply run pod install.

If you want to install our SDK using Swift Package Manager, add the Github repository https://github.com/infobip/infobip-rtc-ios/ as a Swift Package.

If you want to use Carthage dependency manager, add these dependencies to your Cartfile:

github "infobip/infobip-rtc-ios" ~> 1.3.0
binary "https://rtc.cdn.infobip.com/webrtc/ios/releases.json" >= 1.0.36302

When using it for the first time, run carthage bootstrap --use-xcframeworks. Otherwise, run carthage update --use-xcframeworks to update dependencies.

Find InfobipRTC.xcframework in the Carthage/Build folder and drag and drop it in the Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content section of your application target's General settings.

Once the SDK is installed, it is available for use in your project as:

import InfobipRTC

Authentication

Since Infobip RTC is an SDK, it means you develop your own application, and you only use Infobip RTC as a dependency. We will refer to your application users as subscribers throughout this guide. So, in order to use Infobip RTC, you need to register your subscribers on our platform. The credentials your subscribers use to connect to your application are irrelevant to Infobip. We only need the identity they will use to present themselves on our platform. When we have the subscriber's identity, we can generate a token assigned to that specific subscriber. Using that token, your subscribers are able to connect to our platform (using Infobip RTC SDK).

To generate these tokens for your subscribers, you need to call our /webrtc/1/token HTTP API endpoint using proper parameters. After you successfully authenticated your subscribers against Infobip platform, we can relate their token to your application. Typically, generating a token occurs after your subscribers are authenticated inside your application. You will receive the token in the response that you will use to make and receive calls via
InfobipRTC client in your mobile application.

Application Permissions

In order to use Infobip RTC in your application, it is required to grant following permissions:

Record permission

Before making any call, make sure to request permission to record.

Example:

AVAudioSession.sharedInstance().requestRecordPermission { granted in
    if granted {
        // The user granted access. Present recording interface.
    }
}

Please check the official documentation for additional details.

Camera permission

Make sure Camera permission is requested before making or switching to video call.

Example:

AVCaptureDevice.requestAccess(for: AVMediaType.video) { response in 
    if granted {
        // The user granted access. Present camera interface.
    }
}

Please check the official documentation for additional details.

Making a call

You can call another WebRTC subscriber, if you know their identity. This is done via the call method:

let token = obtainToken()
let callRequest = CallRequest(token, destination: "Alice", callDelegate: self)
let outgoingCall = InfobipRTC.call(callRequest)

As you can see, the call method returns an instance of OutgoingCall as a result. With it, you can track the status of your call and respond to events, such as:

  • called subscriber answered the call
  • called subscriber rejected the call
  • the call has ended

The CallDelegate, passed as the third parameter, is used for receiving events from the SDK, and can be set up using the following code:

class RTCCallDelegate : CallDelegate {
    func onRinging(_ callRingingEvent: CallRingingEvent) {
        os_log("Call is ringing.")
    }
    
    func onEarlyMedia(_ callEarlyMediaEvent: CallEarlyMediaEvent) {
        os_log("Received early media.")
    }
    
    func onEstablished(_ callEstablishedEvent: CallEstablishedEvent) {
        os_log("Call established.")
    }
    
    func onUpdated(_ callUpdatedEvent: CallUpdatedEvent) {
        os_log("Call updated.")
    }
    
    func onHangup(_ callHangupEvent: CallHangupEvent) {
        os_log("Call ended.")
    }
    
    func onError(_ callErrorEvent: CallErrorEvent) {
        os_log("Call ended with error.")
    }
}

When CallDelegate is set up, and the call is established, there are a few things that you can do with the actual call. One of them is to hang up the call, which can be done via the hangup method. Upon completion, both parties will receive the hangup event.

outgoingCall.hangup()

You can simulate digit press during the call by sending DTMF codes (Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency). This is achieved via the sendDTMF method. Valid DTMF codes are digits 0 -9, letters Á to D, symbols * and #.

outgoingCall.sendDTMF('*')

During the call, you can also mute (and unmute) your audio:

outgoingCall.mute(true)

Or you can play media on the speakerphone:

outgoingCall.speakerphone(true)

Also, you can check the call status:

let status = outgoingCall.status

Calling phone number

It is similar to calling a regular WebRTC user, you just use the callPhoneNumber method instead of call. This method accepts an optional second parameter, where you define the from parameter. Its value will be displayed on the called phone as the Caller ID. The result of the callPhoneNumber is also an instance of OutgoingCall with which you can do everything described earlier.

let callRequest = CallRequest(token, destination: "41793026727", callDelegate: self)
let outgoingCall = InfobipRTC.callPhoneNumber(callRequest, CallPhoneNumberOptions(from: "33755531044"))

Receiving a call

In order to be able to receive incoming calls, your application needs to support several things:

  • VoIP Background mode enabled - Xcode Project > Capabilites> Background Modes and make sure the following options are checked:
    • Voice over IP
    • Background fetch
    • Remote notifications
  • Push Notifications enabled - Xcode Project > Capabilites > Push Notifications
  • Voip Services Certificate - Log into your Apple developer account, find your app under Identifiers option, enable Push Notifications and generate new certificate following the instructions from Apple. Go back to your MacBook and import the generated certificate in your Keychain and then export it as .p12 file, which will be used later to send push notifications.

Once the configuration is done, your application must register for push notifications, and you have to set up the incoming call delegate using following code:

let voipRegistry = PKPushRegistry(queue: DispatchQueue.main)
voipRegistry.desiredPushTypes = [PKPushType.voIP]
voipRegistry.delegate = self

class MainController: PKPushRegistryDelegate, NotificationDelegate {
    func pushRegistry(_ registry: PKPushRegistry, didUpdate pushCredentials: PKPushCredentials, for type: PKPushType) {
        if type == .voIP {
            do {
                let token = obtainToken()
                #if DEBUG
                    try InfobipRTC.enablePushNotification(token, pushCredentials: pushCredentials, debug: true)
                #else
                    try InfobipRTC.enablePushNotification(token, pushCredentials: pushCredentials)
                #endif
            } catch {
                os_log("Failed to register for push: %@", error.localizedDescription)
            }
        }
    }
        
    func pushRegistry(_ registry: PKPushRegistry, didReceiveIncomingPushWith payload: PKPushPayload, for type: PKPushType) {
        if type == .voIP {
            os_log("Received VoIP Push Notification %@", payload)
            if var incomingCall = InfobipRTC.handleIncomingCall(payload) {
                incomingCall.delegate = self
                incomingCall.accept() // or incomingCall.decline()
            }
        }
    }
    
    func pushRegistry(_ registry: PKPushRegistry, didInvalidatePushTokenFor type: PKPushType) {
        do {
            let token = obtainToken()
            try InfobipRTC.disablePushNotification(token)
        } catch {
            os_log("Failed to disable push notifications.")
        }
    }
}

Receiving a call on Simulator

Since push notifications are not available on simulator devices, in order to test incoming calls you can create InfobipSimulator instance when creating Push Registry:

let token = obtainToken()
var pushRegistry = InfobipSimulator(token: token)

Conference call

You can have a conference call with other WebRTC subscribers. The conference call will start as soon as at least one participant joins.

Conference call is in the beta stage and available for audio only, with a maximum limit of 12 participants.

Joining the room is done via the joinConference method:

let token = obtainToken()
let conferenceRequest = ConferenceRequest(token, conferenceId: "conference-demo", conferenceDelegate: self)
let conference = InfobipRTC.joinConference(conferenceRequest)

As you can see, the joinConference method returns an instance of Conference as a result. With it, you can track the status of your conference call and respond to events, such as:

  • another user joined the conference
  • user left the conference
  • user muted/unmuted

The ConferenceDelegate, passed as the third parameter, is used for receiving events from the SDK, and can be set up using the following code:

class RTCConferenceDelegate: ConferenceDelegate {
    func onJoined(joinedEvent: JoinedEvent) {
        os_log("You have joined the conference.")
    }
    
    func onLeft(leftEvent: LeftEvent) {
        os_log("You have left the conference.")
    }
    
    func onUserJoined(userJoinedEvent: UserJoinedEvent) {
        os_log("User joined the conference.")
    }
    
    func onUserLeft(userLeftEvent: UserLeftEvent) {
        os_log("User left the conference.")
    }
    
    func onUserMuted(userMutedEvent: UserMutedEvent) {
        os_log("User muted themself.")
    }
    
    func onUserUnmuted(userUnmutedEvent: UserUnmutedEvent) {
        os_log("User unmuted themself.")
    }
   
    func onLocalCameraVideoAdded(localCameraVideoAddedEvent: LocalVideoAddedEvent) {
       os_log("Camera video added.")
    }
    
    func onLocalScreenShareAdded(localScreenShareAddedEvent: LocalVideoAddedEvent) {
       os_log("Screen share started.")
    }
    
    func onLocalCameraVideoRemoved() {
       os_log("Camera video removed.")
    }
    
    func onLocalScreenShareRemoved() {
       os_log("Screen share stopped.")
    }
    
    func onUserCameraVideoAdded(userCameraVideoAddedEvent: UserCameraVideoAddedEvent) {
       os_log("User added camera video.")
    }
    
    func onUserCameraVideoRemoved(userCameraVideoRemovedEvent: UserCameraVideoRemovedEvent) {
       os_log("User removed camera video.")
    }
    
    func onUserScreenShareAdded(userScreenShareAddedEvent: UserScreenShareAddedEvent) {
       os_log("User started screen share.")
    }
    
    func onUserScreenShareRemoved(userScreenShareRemovedEvent: UserScreenShareRemovedEvent) {
       os_log("User stopped screen share.")
    }
    
    func onError(errorEvent: ErrorEvent) {
        os_log("Conference error occured.")
    }
}

When ConferenceDelegate is set up, and you joined the conference, there are a few things that you can do with the actual conference call.

One of them is to leave, which can be done via the leave method. Upon completion, other remaining participants in the conference will receive the onUserLeft event, and you will receive the onLeft event.

conference.leave()

During the conference call, you can also mute/unmute your audio, by calling the mute method. Upon completion, other participants in the conference room will receive the onUserMuted / onUserUnmuted event.

conference.mute(true)

To check if the audio is muted, call the muted method in the following way:

let audioMuted = conference.muted()

Also, you can enable/disable your camera video, by calling the cameraVideo method. Upon completion, other participants in the conference room will receive the onUserCameraVideoAdded / onUserCameraVideoRemoved event, and you will receive the onLocalCameraVideoAdded / onLocalCameraVideoRemoved event.

conference.cameraVideo(cameraVideo: true)

You can start/stop sharing your screen, by calling the screenShare method. Upon completion, other participants in the conference room will receive the onUserScreenShareAdded / onUserScreenShareRemoved event, and you will receive the onLocalScreenShareAdded / onLocalScreenShareRemoved event.

conference.screenShare(screenShare: true)

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Release Notes

Infobip RTC 1.4.56
2 days ago

Added

  • Expose callOptions in ApplicationCall

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