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Is iOS Support Sync?

Hello,

As we go through Documentation, we read following for iOS and android:

MongoDB Realm iOS SDK

The MongoDB Realm iOS SDK enables client applications on the iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS platforms to access data stored in local realms and interact with MongoDB Realm services like Functions, MongoDB Data Access (coming soon), and authentication. The iOS SDK supports both Swift and Objective-C applications.

MongoDB Realm Android SDK

The MongoDB Realm Android SDK enables client applications on the Android platform to access data stored in local realms and interact with MongoDB Realm services like Functions, MongoDB Data Access, and authentication. The Android SDK supports both Java and Kotlin Android applications.

What is the meaning for “MongoDB Data Access (coming soon)” for iOS.

Thanks.

@Vishal_Deshai It’s for calling Remote MongoDB functions that used to be part of the old Stitch SDK like so:
http://stitch-sdks.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/stitch-sdks/swift/6/Classes/RemoteMongoReadOperation.html

You can still use the Realm API’s to write data and have it sync to MongoDB today.

@Ian_Ward we are using MongoDB realm iOS Swift SDK for sync.

What Does it mean “MongoDB Data Access” coming soon feature??

@Vishal_Deshai it’s the above linked api doc I put in my response.

@Ian_Ward Does it mean to sync collection through StitchSDK?