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Who is this for?
This course is for intermediate iOS developers who are comfortable with the Swift language, SwiftUI and know their way around Xcode.
- Defining your own in-app purchases locally & in App Store Connect
- Preparing purchases in Xcode
- Unit testing your purchases
- Buying & restoring purchases
Part 1: Getting Started
Interested in incorporating in-app purchases into your app? This course teaches you how to do just that. Find out what’s involved and what you’ll learn.
Understand the various types that compose the workflow for making in-app purchases.
Learn the differences between a consumable and a non-consumable, and then create one in App Store Connect.
Challenge yourself by adding more in-app purchases to App Store Connect.
Get started adding StoreKit by building the necessary classes you’ll use to talk to it.
Query StoreKit with a list of your in-app purchases and then display them to the end user.
Understand why things go wrong and where to troubleshoot when you don’t receive products from StoreKit.
Process the returned transactions from StoreKit in order to credit purchases to the end user.
Make a Purchase
Receive a quick review of all the steps and then push that buy button.
Fetch Local Products
Integrate a StoreKit configuration file and create products in Xcode itself.
Review the previous part and receive an overview about the upcoming part.
Part 2: Managing & Testing Purchases
Gain an understanding of the upcoming topics in this part.
Learn to locally persist a user’s purchases in a secure manner.
Now that you understand non-consumables, it’s time to implement some consumables.
Unit Test Purchases
Automate the testing of your purchase flow by way of the StoreKit Configuration file.
Refund a Purchase
Understand the process of responding to refund requests.
Congrats on finishing the course! Review everything you’ve learned, and find out where to go next.