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Getting started

This page presents the first steps for using our SDKs in a React Native application.

Integration

All integration will be based on files already present in the sample repository.

Android

  1. 1.
    Copy the files CombateAFraudeModule.java and CombateAFraudePackage.java, located in the example repository in the path SDKsExample/android/app/src/main/java/com/sdksexample/ to the folder <root-project>/android/app/src/main/java/com/<your-package-name> in your project.
Note: The function getName will be used to call the method on the React Native side; Methods annotated with @ReactMethod will be used for the calls on the React Native side.
2. Reference the module in your MainApplication.java
import com.<your-package-name>;private final ReactNativeHost mReactNativeHost = new ReactNativeHost(this) {
...
packages.add(new CombateAFraudePackage());
...
}
3. In the <root-project>/android/build.gradle file add our Maven repository and the minSdkVersion setting for at least API 21:
buildscript {
ext {
minSdkVersion = 21
}
}
allprojects {
repositories {
maven { url "https://repo.combateafraude.com/android/release" }
}
}
4. In the <root-project>/android/app/build.gradle file add our project settings:
android {
compileOptions {
sourceCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
targetCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
}
aaptOptions {
noCompress "tflite"
}
dataBinding {
enabled = true
}
}
5. In the same file, add the dependencies for the Android SDKs you want to use:
dependencies {
implementation 'com.combateafraude.sdk:<sdk_name>:<sdk_version>'
}
6. Update the dependencies by running the following commands:
cd android
./gradlew clean bundleRelease
./gradlew build --refresh-dependencies
Note: Check that you are running Java version 1.8. If not, run it:
export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.8`

iOS

  1. 1.
    In the <root-project>/ios/Podfile, make sure the minimum iOS version is 11.0+, add the line use_frameworks! and disable Flipper:
platform :ios, '11.0'
use_frameworks!
​
target '<app-name>' do
...
# Note that if you have use_frameworks! enabled, Flipper will not work and
# you should disable these next few lines.
# use_flipper!
# post_install do |installer|
# flipper_post_install(installer)
# end
end
​
target '<app-name>-tvOS' do
...
end
​
source 'https://github.com/combateafraude/iOS.git'
source 'https://cdn.cocoapods.org/'
2. In the same file, add the iOS SDKs you want to use:
target '<app-name>' do
pod '<framework_name>', '~> <version>'
end
3. Run the command cd ios && pod install && cd .. to install the dependencies
4. Copy the SDKsExample-Bridging-Header.h, CombateAFraude.m and CombateAFraude.swift files, located in the repository in the SDKsExample/ios path, to the <root-project>/ios folder
5. To enable text and voice in Portuguese, in your project, in the ROOTPROJECT/ios directory, open the .xcworkspace file in Xcode and add in Project > Info > Localizations the language Portuguese (Brazil).

Calling the application codes

The App.js file in the example repository shows how to call these methods and access their results.
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