This is a developers' guide for setting up an LiveLike SDK configuration for native iOS apps.
We will take you through the basic technical steps for configuration and show you how to send your first widgets and chat messages. We will provide detailed samples and instructions for a complete LiveLike integration.
Interactive widgets use a mix of editorial content driven by the CMS, and casual game-like gestures to engage users through the course of a live broadcast, with a goal of increasing session times.
Chat input field style, corner shapes, chat body background, chat font/size/color, and randomized username list are all customizable. Chat UI can also be resized or be configured to be shown or hidden by the end user.Use Cases
#import < EngagementSDK-Swift.h >
val engagementSDK = LiveLikeSDK(BuildConfig.LIVELIKE_CLIENT_ID, applicationContext)
LiveLikeSDK engagementSDK = new LiveLikeSDK(BuildConfig.LIVELIKE_CLIENT_ID, applicationContext);
// ES6 import LiveLike from '@livelike/engagementsdk' // CommonJS const LiveLike = require('@livelike/engagementsdk')
Our solution is designed to be as easy to integrate as possible. Integrating developers are important users to us, and we take their feedback very seriously when deploying new features and updates.
Utilize our growing library of widgets to engage your audience at key moments in the broadcast. Develop editorial and branded content that is easily shared in real-time to help create network effects.Producer Site