Implementing and testing In-App Purchases with StoreKit2 and StoreHelper in Xcode 13, Swift 5.5, SwiftUI, iOS 15 and macOS 12.
🕓 15 weeks ago
.package(url: "https://github.com/russell-archer/StoreHelper.git", from: "v1.0.0")
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- Demo - Example Xcode 13
Overview of StoreHelper
StoreHelper is a Swift Package Manager (SPM) package that enables developers to
easily add in-app purchase support to iOS 15/macOS 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 SwiftUI support for purchasing Consumable, Non-consumable and Subscription products
- Supports transaction validation, pending ("ask to buy") transactions, cancelled and failed transactions
- Supports customer refunds and management of subscriptions
- 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, 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 15, macOS 12 and Xcode 13 or higher.
Adding the Package to your Project
- Open your project in Xcode
- Select File > Add Packages...
- Paste the URL of the
StoreHelper package into the search box: https://github.com/russell-archer/StoreHelper
- Click Add Package
- Xcode will fetch the package from GitHub and then display a confirmation. Click Add Package