Aztec for iOS: Native HTML Editor
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- iOS 9 and above
- Xcode 8
Running the Example App
To run the Example app, you first need to make sure its dependencies are installed:
- Make sure you have Carthage installed (we're currently using version 0.23.0).
- Using the command line:
cd Example carthage update --platform iOS
Once Carthage finishes, you should open the file
Aztec.xcworkspace from the root directory of Aztec.
Make sure the
AztecExample target it selected, and press CMD + R to run it.
Integrating the Library with Carthage
WordPress-Aztec-iOS is available through Carthage. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Cartfile:
github "wordpress-mobile/AztecEditor-iOS" "develop"
Follow these instructions to build
- Open your project, head to Build Settings for your target and add
$(SDKROOT)/usr/include/libxml2/to your Header Search Paths.
- Go to
Link Binary With Librariesand add
import Aztecto your project's source.
Integrating the Library with CocoaPods
WordPress-Aztec-iOS is available through CocoaPods. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
After installing Aztec, import the module and use the
import Aztec // ... let textView = Aztec.TextView(defaultFont: Constants.defaultContentFont, defaultMissingImage: Constants.defaultMissingImage)
Note: Obj-C is not officially supported.
WordPress-Aztec-iOS is available under the GPLv2 license. See the LICENSE file for more info.