2017-05-12 Release

Asset Filtering and Cache Busting Changes in iOS SDK

Asset Filtering and Cache Busting Changes in iOS SDK

From version 2.3.17.9.0, the following changes have been made to the iOS SDK:
  • Asset Filtering: previously, asset filtering based on the viewer's user agent was enforced in the iOS SDK. Now, you have the option to turn off asset filtering, which means that all media files, available in Pulse for a specific ad, are then also available for playback in your native application. By default, asset filtering is turned on.
  • Cache Busting: previously, all tracking URLs in a 3rd party VAST 2.0 ticket were padded with a cache busting macro, to ensure that multiple events from the same user would trigger properly. Now, you have the option to leave the cache busting macro out of the URLs, if it is not already present. By default, cache busting is turned on.

To turn off asset filtering, set assetFilteringDisabled in the request settings to YES. To turn off cache busting (when not already present), set enforceCacheBusting in the request settings to NO.

Documentation Releases

This release includes the following documentation updates:

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