Can you elaborate more on what workflows are you trying to enable with Community Cases which needs to be closer to Case Comments?
LIA_API_Event serves a very specific task in our package & cannot be used for this use case.
So using the Lithium API seems like a more feasible solution.
We can answer the synchronization trigger when we can learn your workflow & how you want custom interaction with it.
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In May of 2017, we announced GA of our Community Android SDK . Today, we are pleased to announce our Lithium Community iOS SDK Open Beta Program.
The iOS SDK makes it easy for developers to integrate Lithium Community in their iOS apps quickly and easily. Developers can get started quickly with the mobile-support UI or go deep with a fully-customizable API-backed integration.
These are the things you are probably looking for:
Read the requirements section in the documentation section here
Documentation for Community overview for iOS SDK is here
Community SDK repo for iOS( UI , Core , Example )
For a quick start, we recommend trying the example app
To read up more on Custom SDK querying ( Community V2 API )
To lead more about features & capabilities ( read below)
Leave us a note here if you're interested in joining the beta
Release schedule: Beta is out today, will run till April 30th
Ask questions and share feedback in the Current Betas forum
add [iosSDK] to the subject line
We've tried to make getting the iOS SDK up and running as easy as possible. Check out the SDK projects on Github, and follow the instructions to get started. You can use our example project as both a starting point and a way to see how the libraries can work together in your app.
Github : Lithium Community iOS SDK Core
GitHub : Lithium Community iOS UI Components
GitHub : Lithium Community iOS SDK Example
Note: In order to create the best possible product and experience, we will continue to iterate on the SDK throughout the beta period. Features may change before the product is generally available. We will post updates and changes in the Current Betas forum.
About the SDK
The iOS SDK and its related libraries are all available under the Apache 2.0 open source license. The SDK consists of the Lithium iOS SDK Core and Lithium iOS SDK UI Components libraries. The UI components library is optional.
The Core and UI libraries provide:
Platform API providers for common objects
Custom API providers for Community v2 APIs
Push notification support (Apple Push Notification Service and Google Firebase)
User authentication support (Lithium Registration and Lithium SSO)
View Controllers for a support-focused community
The iOS SDK requires:
A Lithium Community running version 17.12 or later
What's in the SDK UI?
The SDK UI (li-ios-sdk-ui) is a support-focused take on delivering a minimal community UI for mobile applications.
The UI includes the ability to search, browse, post, respond to, and interact with forum content in a community. The UI requires the li-ios-sdk-core library.
We intend for some customers to use the UI out of the box, while others might use this as a jumping off point for more complex implementations.
Here are a few examples of the UI. SDK UI Home View: Home screen provided by the SDK, invoked in a parent application. Search the community, see recent activity, and post a new topic
SDK UI Message View: View, kudo, accept as a solution, and reply to messages.
SDK Message Post Form: Post a new topic in the current board or within a different board.
Participating in the beta
Leave us a note here if you're interested in joining the beta or just want to learn more about using Lithium with mobile apps. Note that the SDK is designed for developers and partners with administrative access to Lithium Community.
As part of the beta program, you'll have access to the Lithium iOS development team. Reach out to us with feedback and ideas, and help make this product successful.
When you're ready to start, see Getting Started with the Community iOS SDK to get up and running.
The Beta program runs till April 30, so we ask that you jump in early (and often).
Where do I ask questions and share feedback?
Head over to our Current Betas forum. Simply add "[iosSDK]" to the subject line to ask a question or provide feedback. We'd like to get feedback on the development experience - let us know what you like, what could be improved as well as anything about UI or customizations you created.
The Lithium Community iOS SDK and the iOS Example App are licensed under the Apache 2 Open source library.
Lithium Community iOS SDK Core Wiki
Lithium Community iOS SDK UI Wiki
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iOS SDK is in its last stages of development, we will be announcing a beta version soon. Can you drop me a quick note & we can connect on your requirements & bit of overview of the SDK ?
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