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Version: 2.0.19

Migrate from 1.x to 2.0.x

SkyPath v2.0.x is a major release of SkyPath written in Swift. As a major release, following Semantic Versioning conventions, 2.0 introduces API-breaking changes.

This guide is provided in order to ease the transition of existing applications using SkyPath v1.x to v2.0.x APIs.

Where possible, Xcode will provide an automatic "fix-it".

What you need to do


  1. The framework file Yamasee.xcframework has been renamed to SkyPathSDK.xcframework, so please remove Yamasee.xcframework from the project and follow the Install guide.

  2. Replace import Yamasee with import SkyPathSDK in the code. Make sure to do a Clean Build Folder in Xcode

  3. Rename YamaseeCore with SkyPath and YamaseeCoreDelegate with SkyPathDelegate

  4. Update YamaseeCore method start(apiKey:baseUrl:env:) with the new SkyPath method start(apiKey:airline:userId:env:completion) with all parameters required. If you used partnerLogin(userId:companyId:completionHandler) you don't need it anymore, the new start API does everything needed in terms of authentication. Check StartError passed in completion to check if the start was successful. The server base URL has been moved to Environment enum associated value which is now optional if no proxy server is used.

  5. Rename YamaseeCore.logout() to SkyPath.stop()

  6. YamaseeCoreDelegate.loginStatus(isLoggedIn:) replaced with SkyPathDelegate.didUpdateRecordingStatus(to:)

  7. Set appropriate data update frequency SkyPath.dataUpdateFrequency before calling SkyPath.shared.start(...). SkyPath.dataUpdateFrequency can be changed at any time.


  • Use SkyPath.turbulence(with:) only to get turbulence data, because the following deprecated methods have been removed:

  • Rename TurbulenceSeverity cases to camel case with lowercased first letter. For example None to none, ModerateSevere to moderateSevere.

    Make sure to update all places including switch cases (which can not trigger an error but only a warning that switch must be exhaustive)


  • Use SkyPath.alerts(with:) only to get turbulence alerts, because the following deprecated methods have been removed:

  • You also can use a new auto monitoring alerts feature by using SkyPath.startMonitoringAlerts(with:) and SkyPath.stopMonitoringAlerts()


  • The following deprecated methods have been removed:


    and replaced with SkyPath.aircraft variable

  • Aircraft field aircraft renamed to id and description renamed to title


  • ownWeatherChanged() has been suppressed by newWeatherData(serverUpdateTime:), so only last will be called

  • newTurbulenceData(serverUpdateTime:) has been renamed to didReceiveNewTurbulenceData()

  • turbulenceDetected(newTurbulence:) renamed to detectedTurbulence(_:)

  • ownTurbulenceChanged() has been suppressed by detectedTurbulence(_:)

  • newTrafficData(serverUpdateTime:) renamed to didReceiveNewTrafficData()

  • newWeatherData(serverUpdateTime:) renamed to didReceiveNewWeatherData()

  • newAirportsData() renamed to didReceiveNewAirportsData()

  • newAlert(_:) renamed to didReceiveAlert(_:)

Device Position

  • Device position angle is now automatically set, so you don't need to use such methods as SkyPath.shared.setAngle(), SkyPath.shared.resetAngle(), SkyPath.shared.isInPosition() and SkyPath.shared.isCurrentPositionSteady(), so they were removed.


  • YMLogger was renamed to Logger and it's accessible now by YamaseeCore.shared.logger instead of Logger.shared. Deprecated method setLogger(isOn:errorOn:infoOn:warningOn:networkOn:onLog:) has been removed

  • YMLocation renamed to SPLocation and YMLocationState to SPLocationState

  • YMError renamed to SPError and PartnerLoginError with LoginError renamed to StartError

  • YamaseeCoreDelegate.serverReachabilityUpdate(isReachable:) renamed to SkyPathDelegate.serverReachabilityUpdated(to:)

  • The following deprecated methods have been removed:


    and replaced with SkyPath.startFlight(_:)

  • YamaseeCore.setSimulatorMode(isLocationSimulatorOn:) renamed to SkyPath.enableSimulation(_:)

  • Previously altitude and distance values were passed as Measurement values. Now it's simplified to pass the actual Double value or range for altitudes in feet and distance in nautical miles.