Responses on iOS

Responses allow you to define and update JSON files on the NStack web console and retrieve them using the NStack sdk or using a normal get request.

Read more in the Features/Responses section on what you can do with Responses.

NStack.sharedInstance.getContentResponse(id) { (data, error) in
  guard error == nil else {
    print("Error fetching response with id: \(id)")

  // Use data

Version 4.0.x changed the way to get a Response from the NStack:

NStack.sharedInstance.contentManager?.getContentResponse("name of slug", completion: { (result: Result<T, Error>>) -> Void in
        switch result {
        case .success(let response):
        case .failure(let error):