Last modified July 18, 2016 by Shelly Wolfe

Windows SDK Release Notes

Swrve has an open source SDK repository. There are two options for downloading the latest public Swrve Windows SDK:

For upgrade instructions, see Windows SDK Upgrade Guide.

Release 4.7

Release Date: November 24, 2016

Windows SDK release 4.7 is focused on the following:

  • To support date-typed user property targeting, the SDK now enables you to send DateTime objects as part of your user updates using the following function: UserUpdate(string name, DateTime date) For more information, see the Windows Integration Guide.

Release 4.6

Release Date: November 22, 2016

Windows SDK release 4.6 is focused on the following:

  • Updates to support interaction with the Swrve Unity SDK v4.6.

Release 4.5.1

Release Date: September 9, 2016

Windows SDK release 4.5.1 includes the following bug fix:

  • Resources are now properly packaged in the NuGet package.

Release 4.5

Release Date: July 5, 2016

Windows SDK release 4.5 is focused on the following:

  • Added the Star Rating survey template to Conversations. For more information, see About Conversation Templates.
  • Custom button style options in Conversations now include rounded corners. For more information, see Intro to Conversations.
  • Added support for using event payload conditions to trigger in-app messages and Conversations campaigns. For more information, see Creating In-App Messages and Creating Conversations.
  • Conversations now rotate when changing device orientation. When a Conversation is displayed with enough space (such as landscape), a configurable lightbox and borders are used. For more information, see Intro to Conversations.
  • As with in-app message campaigns, it is now possible to set the priority of Conversations campaigns over others with the same triggers. A lower number means higher priority over other campaigns. For more information, see Creating Conversations.

Windows SDK release 4.5 includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed a bug that caused in-app messages to display even if images were not loading.