Using C code in Swift via Objective-C in iOS

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Creating the iOS Application

Create a new project which has Swift as the language.

Add a simple label and an outlet in the viewcontroller for the storyboard.

Creating the Framework

Click on your project and in the list of Targets select the + button to add a new target. Create a new target as a IOS -> Framework & Library -> Cocoa Touch Framework:

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Set the Language to Objective-C:

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Creating the C Code

Create a new file and select C File as the template.

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Write a simple method and expose that in the simple.h header file:

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Creating the Objective-C Bridge for Swift

Create a new file with Cocoa Class template and select NSObject as subclass. In the file add a method to get message:

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Expose this class in the header file with OBJC_EXPORT:

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This will allow us to use this from swift.

Also we need to open the inspector and…

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