Implementing In-App Purchases with StoreKit2 in Xcode 14 using SwiftUI, Swift 5.7, iOS 16 and macOS 13.
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.package(url: "https://github.com/russell-archer/StoreHelper.git", from: "v2.4")
Recent Major Changes
- 12 February, 2023
- Made the configuration of subscription products more flexible
- You can now either rely on a naming convention (as before) or use a "Subscriptions" section in "Products.plist"
- See the Samples/Configuration/SampleProducts.plist file for details
- Added unit tests to StoreHelperDemo project
- 27 January, 2023
- Fixed a bug related to isPurchased for consumable products. Caused a crash on macOS and iOS (thank you Abdullah Kardaş!)
- 18 January, 2023
- Additional logging of various activities added
- 17 January, 2023
- Improved support for handling extended wait times for StoreKit and App Store responses
- Improved caching of purchasing status
- Updates to many shared views to handle unknown purchases status
- 10 January, 2023
- Added support for caching of product purchase status in
isPurchased(productId:) using the
purchasedProductsFallback as a cache can be turned on/off using
purchasedProductsFallback property is now
public private(set) rather than
- Added "Refresh Products" button and support for pull-to-refresh to the products list
- UI improvements to various views and improved sharing of views between iOS and macOS
- Minor documentation updates (StoreHelper Guide)
- 13 December, 2022
- Added proof-of-concept demo showing
StoreHelper in a UIKit project
- 27 November, 2022
- Major update to the way subscriptions are handled
- Subscription prices now show prices and renewal periods
- Promotional and Introductory offers on subscriptions are now supported
- The most appropriate promotional or introductory offers or standard price and renewal period are automatically displayed
- Additions to
- Added in-app redemption of offer codes
- Added new sections to the Guide on "Subscription Introductory and Promotional Offers" and "Supporting In-App Offer Code Redemption"
- Quick Start and Guide documentation reviewed and updated for iOS16/macOS13/Xcode14 and new subscription features
- 7 Nov, 2022
- Minor changes re upgrade to iOS 16 and macOS 13
- 19 October, 2022
- Added new section to the Guide on "Restoring Previous Purchases"
- 15 March, 2022
- Changed the initialization flow because of a new warning in Xcode 13.3 related to having
- Removed the need for StoreHelper's init method to run on the main thread by moving some initialization code to a new
- You should now call
StoreHelper.start() as soon as possible after initializing
start() method starts listening for transactions and get localized product info from the App Store
- Updated all documentation because of this change
- 25 January, 2022
StoreHelper as a SPM Package
- Moved example app to separate repo (StoreHelperDemo)
- Updated documentation re change to SPM package
- 19 January, 2022
- Major updates to documentation
- Added Mac target
- 21 December, 2021
- Updated documentation to reflect refactoring changes
- 20 December, 2021
- Refactored throughout so that this non-private version of
StoreHelper is in-sync with private
StoreHelper code used in an app released to the App Store
Overview of StoreHelper
StoreHelper is a Swift Package Manager (SPM) package that enables developers using Xcode 14/13 to easily add in-app purchase
support to iOS 16/15 and macOS 13/12 SwiftUI apps.
StoreHelper is used to provide in-app purchase support in Writerly (iOS/macOS), which is available on the App Store.
StoreHelper provides the following features:
- Multi-platform (iOS, macOS) SwiftUI support for purchasing Consumable, Non-consumable and Subscription products
- Detailed documentation and an example project
- Supports transaction validation, pending ("ask to buy") transactions, cancelled and failed transactions
- Supports customer refunds and management of subscriptions
- Supports introdctory offers, in-app redeeming of offer codes and experimental support for promotional offers
- Provides detailed transaction information and history for non-consumables and subscriptions
- Support for direct App Store purchases of promoted in-app purchases
MIT license, copyright (c) 2022, 2023 Russell Archer. This software is provided "as-is"
without warranty and may be freely used, copied, modified and redistributed, including
as part of commercial software.
See License for details.
StoreHelper uses Apple's
StoreKit2, which requires iOS 16/15, macOS 13/12 and Xcode 14/13.
Jump to the Quick Start guide.