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SDK Implementation

The only required steps to get started with Purchasely
This is a simplified overview of our SDK implementation, you can find a more detailed one in SDK configurations section

Configuration

The start method must be called as soon as possible to catch every purchase / renewal.
Swift
Objective-C
Kotlin
Java
React Native
Flutter
Cordova
Unity
import Purchasely
func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {
Purchasely.start(withAPIKey: "API_KEY,
appUserId: nil,
runningMode: .full,
eventDelegate: nil,
storekitSettings: .storeKit1, // Set your StoreKit version
logLevel: .debug) { (success, error) in
print(success)
}
return true
}
#import <Purchasely/Purchasely-Swift.h>
- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions {
// Override point for customization after application launch.
[Purchasely startWithAPIKey:@"API_KEY"
appUserId:@"USER_ID"
runningMode: PLYRunningModeFull
eventDelegate:nil
uiDelegate:nil
storekitSettings: [StorekitSettings .storekit1]
paywallActionsInterceptor:nil
logLevel: LogLevelInfo
initialized: nil];
return YES;
}
import io.purchasely.ext.Purchasely
Purchasely.Builder(applicationContext)
.apiKey("API_KEY")
.logLevel(LogLevel.DEBUG) // set to warning or error for release
.userId("USER_ID")
.runningMode(PLYRunningMode.Full)
.stores(listOf(GoogleStore(), HuaweiStore()))
.build()
// When you are ready for Purchasely to initialize,
// you must call start() method that will grab configuration and products
// from the selected stores.
Purchasely.start { isConfigured ->
}
List<Store> stores = new ArrayList();
stores.add(new GoogleStore(), new HuaweiStore());
new Purchasely.Builder(getApplicationContext())
.apiKey("API_KEY")
.logLevel(LogLevel.DEBUG) // set to warning or error for release
.userId("USER_ID")
.runningMode(PLYRunningMode.Full.INSTANCE)
.stores(stores)
.build();
// When you are ready for Purchasely to initialize,
// you must call start() method that will grab configuration and products
// from the selected stores.
Purchasely.start(isConfigured -> {
null;
});
import Purchasely from 'react-native-purchasely';
// Everything is optional except apiKey and storeKit1
// Example with default values
try {
const configured = await Purchasely.start({
apiKey: 'YOUR_API_KEY',
storeKit1: false, // set to false to use StoreKit2, true to use StoreKit1,
logLevel: LogLevels.ERROR, // set to debug in development mode to see logs
userId: null, // if you know your user id, set it here
runningMode: RunningMode.FULL, // select between full and paywallObserver
androidStores: ['Google'] // default is Google, don't forget to add the dependency to the same version
});
} catch (e) {
console.log("Purchasely SDK not configured properly");
}
// Everything is optional except apiKey and storeKit1
// Example with default values
bool configured = await Purchasely.start(
apiKey: 'YOUR_API_KEY',
androidStores: ['Google'], // default is Google, don't forget to add the dependency to the same version
storeKit1: false, // set to false to use StoreKit2, true to use StoreKit1
logLevel: PLYLogLevel.error, // set to debug in development mode to see logs
runningMode: PLYRunningMode.full, // select between full and paywallObserver
userId: null, // set a user id if you have one
);
if (!configured) {
print('Purchasely SDK not configured');
return;
}
/**
* @params String apiKey
* @params StringArray stores : may be Google, Amazon and Huawei
* @params Boolean storekit1
* @params String userId
* @params Purchasley.LogLevel logLevel
* @params Purchasely.RunningMode runningMode
**/
Purchasely.start(
'API_KEY', // set your own api key
['Google'], // list of stores for Android, accepted values: Google, Huawei and Amazon
false, // set to false to use StoreKit2, true to use StoreKit1
null, // set your user id
Purchasely.LogLevel.DEBUG, // log level, should be warning or error in production
Purchasely.RunningMode.full, // running mode, can be paywallObserver or full
(isConfigured) => {
if(isConfigured) {
// Purchasely is ready, you can display paywalls, set user attributes, start a purchase flow etc.
}
},
(error) => {
console.log(error);
}
);
...
private PurchaselyRuntime.Purchasely _purchasely;
_purchasely = new PurchaselyRuntime.Purchasely("USER_ID",
false, // true for StoreKit 1, false for StoreKit 2
LogLevel.Debug,
RunningMode.Full,
OnPurchaselyStart,
OnPurchaselyEvent);
The userID parameter is optional and allows you to associate the purchase to a user instead of a device.
If you want to use StoreKit 2, please make sure that you have followed all required steps first

Display a placement

Paywalls are displayed by calling a Placement.
A Placement represents a specific location in your user journey inside your app (e.g. Onboarding, Settings, Home page, Article). A placement is linked to a paywall and a single paywall can be used for different Placements. You can create as many Placements as you want, and this is the only thing that ties the app developer to the marketer.
Once the placements are defined and called from the app, you can change the displayed paywall remotely without any developer action.
You can also preload paywalls asynchronously using fetchPresentation method
Swift
Objective-C
Kotlin
Java
React Native
Cordova
Flutter
Unity
let placementId = "ONBOARDING"
paywallCtrl = Purchasely.presentationController(for: placementId, contentId: contentId, loaded: { _, _, _ in
}, completion: completion)
UIViewController *paywallCtrl = [Purchasely presentationControllerFor:@"my_placement_id"
contentId:@"my_content_id"
completion:^(enum PLYProductViewControllerResult result, PLYPlan * _Nullable plan) {
}];
val paywallView = Purchasely.presentationViewForPlacement(
context,
placementId = "onboarding",
onClose = {
//TODO remove view from layout hierarchy
},
)
//TODO add paywallView to layout hierarchy
Purchasely.presentationViewForPlacement(
context,
"onboarding",
"content_id", //optional
isLoaded -> null, //optional if you want to handle the onLoaded state
() -> {
// TODO remove view
return null;
},
null
);
await Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement({
placementVendorId: 'onboarding',
contentId: 'my_content_id',
isFullscreen: true,
});
Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement('onboarding');
await Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement('onboarding');
...
private PurchaselyRuntime.Purchasely _purchasely;
_purchasely.PresentPresentationForPlacement('placementId',
OnPresentationResult,
OnPresentationContentLoaded,
OnPresentationContentClosed,
'contentId');

Unlock content

With the method to display a placement, you get the result of the user action on the paywall.
  • Cancelled: User did not purchase a plan
  • Restored: User restored a previous purchased plan
  • Purchased: User purchased a plan which was validated by the store and your webhook
You also have as a second argument the plan bought or restored by the user, it is set to nil if no purchase was made.
Swift
Objective-C
Kotlin
Java
React Native
Cordova
Flutter
let paywallCtrl = Purchasely.presentationController(
for: "my_placement_id",
contentId: "my_content_id",
completion: { (result, plan) in
switch result {
case .purchased:
print("User purchased: \(plan?.name)")
break
case .restored:
print("User restored: \(plan?.name)")
break
case .cancelled:
break
@unknown default:
break
}
})
UIViewController *paywallCtrl = [Purchasely presentationControllerWith:@"my_presentation_id"
contentId:@"my_content_id"
completion:^(enum PLYProductViewControllerResult result, PLYPlan * _Nullable plan) {
}];
[self presentViewController:paywallCtrl animated:YES completion:nil];
val paywallView = Purchasely.presentationViewForPlacement(
context,
placementId = "onboarding",
onClose = {
//TODO remove view from layout hierarchy
},
) { result, plan ->
when(result) {
PLYProductViewResult.PURCHASED -> Log.d("Purchasely", "User purchased ${plan?.name}")
PLYProductViewResult.CANCELLED -> Log.d("Purchasely", "User cancelled purchased")
PLYProductViewResult.RESTORED -> Log.d("Purchasely", "User restored ${plan?.name}")
}
}
//TODO add paywallView to layout hierarchy
Purchasely.presentationViewForPlacement(
context,
"onboarding",
"content_id", //optional
isLoaded -> null, //optional if you want to handle the onLoaded state
() -> {
// TODO remove view
return null;
},
(result, plan) -> {
switch (result) {
case PURCHASED:
Log.d("Purchasely", "User purchased" + plan.getName());
break;
case RESTORED:
Log.d("Purchasely", "User restored" + plan.getName());
break;
case CANCELLED:
Log.d("Purchasely", "User cancelled purchase");
break;
}
return null;
}
);
try {
const result = await Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement({
placementVendorId: 'onboarding',
isFullscreen: true,
});
switch (result.result) {
case ProductResult.PRODUCT_RESULT_PURCHASED:
case ProductResult.PRODUCT_RESULT_RESTORED:
if (result.plan != null) {
console.log('User purchased ' + result.plan.name);
}
break;
case ProductResult.PRODUCT_RESULT_CANCELLED:
break;
}
} catch (e) {
console.error(e);
}
Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement(
'onboarding', //placementId
null, //contentId
true, //fullscreen
(callback) => {
if(callback.result == Purchasely.PurchaseResult.PURCHASED) {
console.log("User purchased " + callback.plan.name);
} else if(callback.result == Purchasely.PurchaseResult.RESTORED) {
console.log("User restored " + callback.plan.name);
} else if(callback.result == Purchasely.PurchaseResult.CANCELLED) {
console.log("User cancelled purchased");
}
},
(error) => {
console.log("Error with purchase : " + error);
}
);
try {
var result = await Purchasely.presentPresentationForPlacement(
"onboarding",
isFullscreen: true);
switch (result.result) {
case PLYPurchaseResult.purchased:
print('User purchased: ${result.plan?.name}');
break;
case PLYPurchaseResult.restored:
print('User restored: ${result.plan?.name}');
break;
case PLYPurchaseResult.cancelled:
print("User cancelled purchased");
break;
}
} catch (e) {
print(e);
}
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