Swift Use Framework

Framework Code

The way of creating framwework, please check Swift Framework

import Foundation

public class Region : NSObject {
    public class func getRegion() -> String {
        return NSLocale.currentLocale().objectForKey(NSLocaleCountryCode) as! String
    public class func isSupported() -> Bool {  // only for Japan
        return self.getRegion() == "JP"

We don’t need special Header like Objective-C

Use Assets.xcassets

This framework includes xcassets and image resources /Resources/Assets.xcassets

import Foundation

public class ResourceFiles {

    public class func getArrowImage() -> UIImage {
        let bundle : NSBundle = NSBundle(forClass: self)
        return UIImage(named: "image_1", inBundle: bundle, compatibleWithTraitCollection: nil)!

image_1 is under Assets.xcassets


To use framework out side of your project, you need some steps

  • Copy framework into your project
  • Add framework to Embedded Binaries
  • Add framework to Linked Frameworks and Libraries

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Use Framework

import FrameworkSample  // import FrameworkName
import SDKTechSample   // import FrameworkName

class ViewController: UIViewController {

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        print(Region.getRegion())   // Nothing special, just call
        print(Region.isSupported())  // Nothing special, just call