Fire up Unity and import the plugin files: Right-click Assets in the Project section, then mouse over Import Package and click Custom Package:
The C# files exposing the Chartboost SDK methods — ChartBoostBinding.cs and ChartBoostManager.cs — are located in the Chartboost directory (Assets > Plugins > Chartboost). The native SDK and objective-c wrapper files are located in the iOS directory (Assets > Plugins > iOS).
If you navigate to the new Demo directory (Assets > Plugins > Chartboost > Demo), you’ll see two C# scripts — ChartBoostGUIManager and ChartBoostEventListener. These scripts demonstrate how to hook up exposed methods from ChartBoostBinding.cs (for a basic integration) and ChartBoostManager.cs (to use delegate methods) in any of your scripts:
ChartBoostBinding.cs and ChartBoostManager.cs list all available Chartboost methods, which are also available for reference below.
ChartBoostBinding.cs exposes the following methods:
// Starts up Chartboost and records a bootup or install. Must not be dependent on prior network calls or user actions. public static void init( string appId, string appSignature, bool shouldRequestInterstitialsInFirstSession = true ) // Caches an interstitial. Location is optional; pass in "null" if you don't want to specify one. public static void cacheInterstitial( string location ) // Checks to see if an interstitial is cached public static bool hasCachedInterstitial( string location ) // Shows an interstitial. Location is optional; pass in "null" if you don't want to specify one. public static void showInterstitial( string location ) // Forces orientation of interstitials. (If your project is properly set up to auto-rotate, animated native views will work as expected, and you should not need to set this.) public static void forceOrientation( ScreenOrientation orient )
onStartonly need to be called once per session; they should not be called again when switching scenes
- A “session” includes both hard bootups and soft bootups —
onStartshould be included in methods that will fire when the game first boots and each time it becomes active from the background
ChartBoostManager.cs fires the following events:
// Fired when an interstitial fails to load public static event Action didFailToLoadInterstitialEvent; // Fired when an interstitial is finished public static event Action didDismissInterstitialEvent; // Fired when an interstitial is closed public static event Action didCloseInterstitialEvent; // Fired when an interstitial is clicked public static event Action didClickInterstitialEvent; // Fired when an interstitial is cached public static event Action didCacheInterstitialEvent;
didFailToLoaddelegates or the universe will implode.