We’re happy to announce that we’ve just released an update for our Mac SDK that - among the usual bug fixes - introduces Paddle’s sandbox environment to the Mac SDK. 🎉
We’ve also done the initial tests and updated our SDK in preparation for macOS Monterey.
The bug fixes include:
- Improved memory leaks.
- Stopped the SDK from generating .profraw/coverage files for certain scenarios.
- Improved Paddle’s Checkout caching behaviour to prevent future issues with paddle.js updates.
As you may know, a few months ago we introduced Paddle's sandbox environment to enable you to better test your customers’ user experience using test cards to simulate successful and unsuccessful transactions and user flows.
If you don't have a sandbox account yet, you can create one here.
To use the sandbox environment on the SDK you will need to use
[Paddle setEnvironmentToSandbox]; method before calling any
startLicensing methods, preferably in
applicationDidFinishLaunching: and change the vendor id, product id and the API key to the sandbox values.
Please note that the sandbox only works with one-off SDK products, it does not work with subscription licensing.
You can head here to download the latest release of our Mac SDK.
If you have any questions or require assistance, please get in touch with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the support icon in the Paddle dashboard.