Distributing compiled iOS Swift static libraries and Swift static frameworks

Great libraries are ones that are easy to consume. They must be easy to install and use. So how can we make Swift static libraries easy to install and consume?

The installation process depends on how we deliver our static library. There are 2 ways we can deliver a Swift static library:




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Anurag Ajwani

Anurag Ajwani

Senior iOS Engineer at Travelperk. 7+ years experience with iOS and Swift. Blogging my knowledge and experience.

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