iOS Swift Client Sample
An iOS client written in swift :iphone: :cloud:
Building the client
Note: If a linking error occurs, set the flag
NOunder the build settings tab for the project.
- Install the required WebRTC library by executing
pod installfrom the directory containing the
- Edit the file Config.swift to enter your proper server configuration.
- Build the project
- To pan: Use one finger or use accelerometer control (optional)
- To move forward/backward: Keep one finger down and slide second finger up/down to move.
The current configuration values are as follows:
static let signalingServer = "YOUR SIGNALING SERVER" static let turnServer = "YOUR TURN SERVER" static let username = "YOUR USERNAME" static let credential = "YOUR CREDENTIAL" static let tlsCertPolicy = RTCTlsCertPolicy.secure
With the exception of
tlsCertPolicy these map directly to webrtcConfig options, as follows:
tlsCertPolicy, we allow the caller to configure how the underlying tls library will verify certificates. This supports
the following values:
RTCTlsCertPolicy.insecureNoCheck- disables certificate and chain of trust checks
RTCTlsCertPolicy.secure- (default) ensures certificate integrity and chain of trust are valid
How it works
Once the config settings are changed, the client will require a server to connect to. In this toolkit, we have a few Sample Servers.
When both the client and server are connected to the same signaling server, they will appear in the peer list.
You can initiate the connection using the client or server, simply select the peer from the list and press join. That will start the video streaming and you can use the above controls to move the camera around the scene.