I try OCR Cloud with the Swift 3 (Alamofire library), but I have always error : "The data couldn’t be read because it isn’t in the correct format." So, have you a sample written in Swift 3 ?


asked 26 Oct '16, 15:46

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Unfortunately, we don’t support Swift and we don’t have plans to support it in the nearest future. However, the Swift code works side-by-side with Objective-C, and it is supposed that code snippets from the existing sample in objective-C should work in the Swift-based projects well. But we haven't tested this possibility and we don't have any instruction on this.


answered 26 Oct '16, 16:20

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