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Setup Maps SDK for iOS

In this guide you will learn how to setup Maps SDK for iOS.

Installing Maps SDK for iOS in Xcode

First, get an API key token, see the Getting Started guide.

Maps SDK for iOS downloaded Download the Maps & Navigation SDK for iOS archive fileMaps SDK for iOS unzipped

Double-click the archive filename to unpack it. A new folder is created.

Xcode should be installed to continue.

Open a project in Xcode, MapView in this example.

Install Maps SDK for iOS

Click the project name, MapView, in the upper left. This opens MapView.xcodeproj in the right pane.

Click the project name, MapView, under TARGETS.

Click the General tab, and scroll down to the
Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content section.
From the Downloads folder, where the Maps SDK for iOS was unpacked, drag the subfolder GEMKit.xcframework to the
Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content section in Xcode.

That’s it! Maps SDK for iOS is now installed in your project.

Configuration for development with Xcode

Click the project name, Polylines, in the upper left. This opens Polylines.xcodeproj in the right pane.

Project bitcode off

Click the project name, Polylines, under PROJECT.

Click the Build Settings tab, and scroll down to the
Build Options section. Set Enable Bitcode to No.
Targets bitcode off

Click the project name, Polylines, under TARGETS.

Click the Build Settings tab, and scroll down to the
Build Options section. Set Enable Bitcode to No.

Set your API Key/Token

Set your API key

In any of the Maps SDK for iOS example projects, click the AppDelegate.swift file and scroll down to the getProjectApiToken() function, and replace YOUR_TOKEN with your actual General Magic API Key token obtained above, see the Getting Started guide.

The project is now ready to build and run!