Send Text Message In-App – Using MFMessageComposeViewController with Swift


Send Text Message In-App – Using MFMessageComposeViewController with Swift

In a previous walkthrough on sending e-mails in-app, I explored how to useMFMailComposeViewController to allow a user to compose an e-mail without ever leaving your app. I then followed up with a proposal for better-segregating the responsibilities of composing an e-mail and responding to the delegate callbacks out of the View Controller.

I say all this because today, I’d like to walk you through sending a text messagein-app using the same pattern as the second article. This walkthrough should be fairly straight-forward on its own, but if you’d like to reference my previous post on clean view controllers, it could be helpful in understanding why I’m not just shoving everything into the View Controller and calling it good.

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