We release a new version of Lookback roughly once a month. When we do, you might see some console output from your app that your Lookback is out of date. You can check out the latest changes from the change log and our blog.
Whenever there’s a new version, the way you upgrade depends on how you installed Lookback into your app.
1. Using CocoaPods
You can upgrade all your out-of-date pods by calling
pod update from your project folder:
This will automatically download the latest version and reconfigure your Pods lockfile and Xcode workspace to use it.
2. Using manual install
Download the latest SDK available here.
Replace the Lookback folder in your repository – If you delete the
lookback folder from your project folder, and unzip the archive from the previous step, the frameworks and resources should be available to your Xcode project, as the folder structure of the new version should not have changed, with one exception…
Update Lookback resources – the contents of the Lookback-Resources folder sometimes changes. You might have to remove the Lookback-Resources group reference from your project, and pull it back in, as if you were doing the manual installation again.
This will make sure that you have the latest version of all the Lookback resources. In versions 1.0.0, Lookback uses a single resource bundle, and this step shouldn’t be needed anymore.