This class lets you manage the Nearby permission state for the app on the current device.
The user must grant permission before publications and subscriptions will work. The first time the application creates a publication or subscription, the Nearby permission dialog is automatically displayed, giving the user the opportunity to opt in. If the user denies, an alert will be displayed each time a publication or subscription is subsequently created, giving them another chance to opt in.
It is recommended that your app provide the user a method for switching the permission on or off; for instance, by using a toggle switch in a settings page. When the user toggles it, the app should call the
setGranted methods below to toggle the permission state.
To track the permission state, create a
GNSPermission object and pass in a changed handler. The handler will be called whenever the permission state is changed, allowing your app's UI to be kept in sync with the current state.
|Initializes the permission object with a handler that is called whenever the permission state changes. More...|
|Whether Nearby permission is currently granted for the app on this device. More...|
|Changes the Nearby permission state. More...|
|- (instancetype) initWithChangedHandler:||(GNSPermissionHandler)||changedHandler|
Initializes the permission object with a handler that is called whenever the permission state changes.
The handler lets the app keep its UI in sync with the permission state. The handler is not called until the user has approved or denied permission.
handler The permission granted handler
|+ (BOOL) isGranted|
Whether Nearby permission is currently granted for the app on this device.
YES means the user has granted Nearby permission, and NO means the user has denied permission. If permission has not been granted, publications and subscriptions will not work.
|+ (void) setGranted:||(BOOL)||granted|
Changes the Nearby permission state.
This should be called only in response to the user action of changing the permission state.