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Out-dated download page and release notes

Out-dated download page and release notes


Why are the important page http://www.wikitude.com/download/ and its release notes so out-dated?
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API



newest version at
Download page



newest version in
Release Notes




Android JavaScript API

Version 5.1.4
15.03.2016

Version 5.1.4
14.03.2016




Android Native API



Version 1.2.0
01.12.2015



Version 1.2.1
22.03.2015




iOS JavaScript API


Version 5.1.4
15.03.2016



Version 5.1.4
14.03.2016




iOS Native API


Version 1.2.0

01.12.2015


(link broken at download page)

Version 1.2.1

Release Date: 22.03.2015




Cordova plugin


Version 5.1.4-3.2.1

15.03.2016



Version 5.1.3-3.2.1

08.03.2016




Titanium module


Version 5.0.0-3.0.0

25.09.2015



Version 4.0.0-2.1.0

29.07.14




Unity plugin


Version 1.2.1-1.1.0

21.03.2016



Version 1.2.1-1.1.0

21.03.2016




Xamarin extension


Version 5.1.4-2.1.0

28.03.2016



Version 4.0.1-1.0-0

02.09.2014





 

Hi Hendrik,

Thank you for your feedback. We are very sorry for the confusion between the download page and the release notes. We will update the pages with all the latest information as soon as possible so there will be no confusion in the future.

Meanwhile, the download page was completely redesigned and is more clear now. Great job 

But the new 'Beta' tab is buggy:
1. In all release notes links the href attribute is missing - so the links target to nirvana.
2. For all links (incl. Android, Xamarin, ...) there is noted "built using Xcode 8". I guess it's a copy&paste error.
 

I would like too to download version 1.2.1

I am getting this error: Module file was created by an older version of the compiler; rebuild 'WikitudeNativeSDK' and try again: WikitudeNativeSDK.framework/Modules/WikitudeNativeSDK.swiftmodule/arm.swiftmodule
 

Hello,

Could you tell me when you get this error? 

Thanks

Hi,

I just created a brand new single page project  with swift as language, imported the Wikitude framework and then added a bridging header.

This was the second attempt.

The first time, I just tried to import WikitudeNativeSDK inside my view controller.swift and got the same error.

Thanks for your fast answer.

--

The Obj C example works fine without any issues

Is there a place (other than the downloads page) we can check for up to date SDK releases?  

Hello,

We are not offering support for swift but I recommend that you download our latest version. All the details regarding our latest versions of our products can be found under the download page at www.wikitude.com/download

Thanks


Thank you very much. It worked like a charm.
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