@protocol HUBActionHandler <NSObject>

Protocol used to define Hub Framework action handlers

An action handler is an object that optionally takes over the handling of an action, preventing that action from executing as it normally would. This enables you to customize what will happen for certain actions, including selection and other events.

Each feature can supply each own action handler when it’s being setup with HUBFeatureRegistry. A default action handler to be used system-wide can also be supplied when setting up this application’s HUBManager.

  • Handle an action with a given context



    - (BOOL)handleActionWithContext:(nonnull id<HUBActionContext>)context;



    The context of the action to handle

    Return Value

    A boolean indicating whether the action was handled. If YES is returned, the action will be considered handled, and it won’t be executed.