Elastos DID (Decentralized Identifier) Swift framework is a set of Swift APIs for Elastos DID used by dApps on iOS/macOS platforms, where Elastos DID is the DID system of Elastos ecosystem with compatibility to W3C DIDs specs.
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) are a new type of identifier for verifiable, decentralized digital identity. These new identifiers are designed to enable the controller of a DID to prove control over it and to be implemented independently of any centralized registry, identity provider, or certificate authority. DIDs are URLs that relate a DID subject to means for trustable interactions with that subject. DIDs resolve to DID Documents — simple documents that describe how to use that specific DID. Each DID Document may express cryptographic material, verification methods, and/or service endpoints. These provide a set of mechanisms which enable a DID controller to prove control of the DID. Service endpoints enable trusted interactions with the DID subject.
Build from source
Use the following commands to download and build source code:
$ git clone https://github.com/elastos/Elastos.DID.Swift.SDK.git $ cd Elastos.DID.Swift.SDK $ pod install $ open -a Xcode ElastosDIDSDK.xcworkspace
1.Build DID NDK
Before to build the whole workspace, native library distributions targeting at iPhone device should be built from DID native repository with following commands on macOS:
$ git clone https://github.com/elastos/Elastos.DID.Native.SDK.git $ cd Elastos.DID.Native.SDK/build $ mkdir -p iphoneos $ cd iphoneos $ cmake -DHDKEY_ONLY=ON \ -DIOS_PLATFORM="iphoneos" \ -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../../cmake/iOSToolchain.cmake \ ../.. $ make install
Where you also can use iphonesimulator option to build for iPhone simulator under new directory with appropriate name:
$ cd Elastos.DID.Native.SDK/build $ mkdir -p iphonesimulator $ cd iphoneosimulator $ cmake -DHDKEY_ONLY=ON \ -DIOS_PLATFORM="iphonesimulator" \ -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../../cmake/iOSToolchain.cmake \ ../.. $ make install
Please notice that only the architectures of x86-64 (simulator) and amd64 (device) are supported.
2.Import DID NDK
The directory “Externals/HDKey” would rely on native shared libraries built from upper steps and should have the following directory structure:
Externals/HDKey |--include |-- crypto.h |-- HDkey.h |-- CHDKey.swift |--libs |--PLACEHOLDER.md （Please read the PLACEHOLDER.md）
Then follow the instruction of PLACEHOLDER.md , and import native headers and libraries with the specific locations.
3. Build DID SDK
Once all native dependencies are ready, use Apple Xcode to open the workspace and build for Swift DID SDK.
Use Apple Xcode to generate ElastosDIDSDK.framework.
1.Import DID NDK
The directory “Externals/SPVWrapper/SPVWrapper” to import native shared libraries and headers should have following directory structure:
Externals/SPVWrapper/SPVWrapper |--include |--spvadapter.h |--CSPVWrapper.swift |--libs |-- PLACEHOLDER.md （Please read the PLACEHOLDER.md）
2. run unit tests
After importing dependencies from DID native, you can run unit tests.
Sincerely thanks to all teams and projects that we rely on directly or indirectly.
Welcome contributions to the Elastos DID SDK in many forms.