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expo-iproov

The iProov Biometrics Expo React Native SDK wraps iProov's native iOS (Swift) and Android (Java) SDKs behind a JavaScript interface for use from within your Expo React Native iOS or Android app

Requirements

  • React Native 0.60 and above
  • iOS 11 and above
  • Android API Level 21 (Android 5 Lollipop) and above

Registration

You can obtain API credentials by registering on the iProov Partner Portal.

Installation in bare React Native projects

For bare React Native projects, you must ensure that you have installed and configured the expo package before continuing.

Add the package to your npm dependencies

npm install expo-iproov
yarn add expo-iproov
bun install expo-iproov

npx expo prebuild

Configure for iOS

Run npx pod-install after installing the npm package.

Configure for Android

no configure for android

Get started

Once you have a valid token (obtained via the React Native API client or your own backend-to-backend call), you can launch() an iProov capture and handle the callback events as follows:

import IProov from 'iproov-react-native'

let options = new IProov.Options()
options.filter = {
	name: IProov.Options.LINE_DRAWING,
	style: IProov.Options.CLASSIC,
	foregroundColor: '#00000055',
	backgroundColor: '#32a852'
}

IProov.launch('wss://eu.rp.secure.iproov.me/ws', "< YOUR TOKEN >", options, (event) => {
	switch(event.name) {
	
	case IProov.EVENT_CONNECTING:
	  // The SDK is connecting to the server. You should provide an indeterminate progress indicator
	  // to let the user know that the connection is taking place.
	  break
	
	case IProov.EVENT_CONNECTED:
	  // The SDK has connected, and the iProov user interface will now be displayed. You should hide
	  // any progress indication at this point.
	  break
	
	case IProov.EVENT_PROCESSING:
	  // The SDK will update your app with the progress of streaming to the server and authenticating
	  // the user. This will be called multiple times as the progress updates.
  
	  let progress = event.params.progress
	  let message = event.params.message
	  break
	
	case IProov.EVENT_CANCELLED:
	  // Either the user cancelled iProov by pressing the Close button at the top or
	  // the Home button (canceller == USER)
	  // Or the app cancelled using Session.cancel() (canceller = APP).
	  // You should use this to determine the next step in your flow.

	  let canceller = event.params.canceller
	  break
	
	case IProov.EVENT_FAILURE:
	  // The user was not successfully verified/enrolled, as their identity could not be verified,
	  // or there was another issue with their verification/enrollment. A reason (as a string)
	  // is provided as to why the claim failed, along with a feedback code from the back-end.
  
	  let reason = event.params.reason
	  let frame = event.params.frame // Optional property containing a single Base64 encoded frame
	  break
	
	case IProov.EVENT_SUCCESS:
	  // The user was successfully verified/enrolled and the token has been validated.
   
	  let frame = event.params.frame // Optional property containing a single Base64 encoded frame
	  break

	case IProov.EVENT_ERROR:
	  // The user was not successfully verified/enrolled due to an error (e.g. lost internet connection).
	  // You will be provided with an Exception (see below).
	  // It will be called once, or never.
	  let error = event.params.error
	  let reason = event.params.reason
	  let message = event.params.message
	  break
	}
})

Contributing

Contributions are very welcome! Please refer to guidelines described in the contributing guide.

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