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TestFairy runs in Swift projects as well. Follow these steps to add it to your project:

  1. Create a bridging between Swift and Objective-C. Since this process only needs to be done once per project, if you have already done so, just update your bridging header file.

    • Right-click on your project, select New File...
    • Select Header File.h
    • Save as Bridging.h in your project
    • Click on Bridging.h to open it in editor
    • Add the following line to the code:

      #import "TestFairy.h"
      
  2. Update Build Settings with the new bridging header:

    • Click on your project
    • Select Build Settings tab
    • Edit Swift Compiler - Code Generation: Objective-C Bridging Header
    • Double-click, and enter ${SRCROOT}/${PROJECT_NAME}/BridgingHeader.h into the edit box opened
  3. Initialize the TestFairy framework:

    • Open your AppDelegate.swift file

    • Locate application(application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [NSObject: AnyObject]?) -> Bool and add a call using the App Token from your Account Settings page

      TestFairy.begin("APP_TOKEN")  
      
  4. Add the following frameworks:

    • CoreMedia.framework
    • CoreMotion.framework
    • AVFoundation.framework
    • OpenGLES.framework
    • SystemConfiguration.framework