Well, I spoke far too soon - still have an issue running the pod. Thought I’d got past this but no…
I’ve tested on a brand new project and not having fun! Steps.
1 - Open a brand new Single View Swift iOS project
2- Run Pod Init from a terminal to get a pod file (terminal, project folder)
3 - Podfile reads
# Uncomment the next line to define a global platform for your project
# platform :ios, '9.0'
target 'TestBackendlessSwiftSDK' do
# Comment the next line if you don't want to use dynamic frameworks
# Pods for TestBackendlessSwiftSDK
4 - Run Pod Install (also Pod Update for the hell of it) - no errors
5 - Open the workspace and add Import Backendless to the AppDelegate file
Project builds/runs ok but when I clean the project I get the “No such module Backendless” error.
Any ideas, I’m about to give up on this I want to write functionality not mess about with SDKs. May well be something in my environment and cocoapods related but this is nuts and I’m not seeing it.