Class

CXHandle

A means by which a call recipient can be reached, such as a phone number or email address.

Declaration

@interface CXHandle : NSObject

Overview

When the telephony provider receives an incoming call or the user starts an outgoing call, the other caller is identified by a CXHandle object. For a caller identified by a phone number, the handle type is CXHandleTypePhoneNumber and the value is a sequence of digits. For a caller identified by an email address, the handle type is CXHandleTypeEmailAddress and the value is an email address. For a caller identified in any other way, the handle type is CXHandleTypeGeneric and the value typically follows some domain-specific format, such as a username, numeric ID, or URL.

Topics

Creating New Handles

- initWithType:value:

Initializes a new handle of a given type with the specified value.

Accessing Handle Attributes

type

The type of the handle.

value

The value of the handle.

Comparing Handles

- isEqualToHandle:

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a given handle is equal to the receiver.

Constants

CXHandleType

The possible types of handles.

Relationships

Inherits From

See Also

Call Information

CXCall

A telephony call.

CXCallObserver

A programmatic interface for an object that manages a list of active calls and observes call changes.

CXCallObserverDelegate

A collection of methods that are called by a call observer object when a call changes state.

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