8min

Quickstart

This walkthrough shows you how to add Unflow to your iOS application and add your first carousel

What is Unflow?

Unflow provides a collaborative editor where marketing teams at mobile apps can design and deliver engaging in-app content to their users instantly. With our SDK, there is no need to involve engineering or wait on app store release cycles to deliver content. You can read more about how Unflow fits into your app or you can register to start building.



1. Setting Up Your Account

Before you begin it is important that you have already spoken to our team and have setup your app. This is the only way to generate an API token that will be needed to authenticate requests from your app. Anyone in your company can setup your account but you may need a technical team member to help you set it up inside your app.



2. Setting a Screen Live

Once you have an account you can log onto the Unflow dashboard to start creating content. You will first need to 'Create Content' from the homepage.

Unflow homepage
Unflow homepage

You will be then be brought to the screen selection page. For the purpose of getting up and running quickly during this tutorial you can choose to use one of the prebuilt templates to get started.

Unflow content creation screen
Unflow content creation screen

Everything you need is already setup for the screen so all there's left to do is to 'Set Live'.

Unflow screen editor
Unflow screen editor

You are now ready to integrate the SDK and start previewing content on your device.

3. Installing the SDK

Before you begin it is important that you have already spoken to our team and have setup your app. This is the only way to generate an API token that will be needed to authenticate requests from your app. Anyone in your company can setup your account but you may need a technical team member to help you set it up inside your app for the first time.



If you run into issues with the SDK, see Troubleshooting the SDKs for guidance.



Updated 16 Mar 2022
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