The kind of content a context represents.
- iOS 11.4+
The context type helps teachers to understand what kind of assignable content you offer. The type doesn’t affect the behavior of the context, but it does appear to teachers as they browse your app’s content. This helps teachers better understand your content and how they might use it as part of their own lesson plans.
Use one of the values from
CLSContext. If you can’t find an exact match for your particular content, you might be able to find a similar one. For example, for an app that allows students to read plays, you might use
CLSContext as the types for the play, its acts, and their scenes, respectively.
Alternatively, you can use the
CLSContext type, and provide a name for the type using the
custom property. The system presents this name to the user directly, so you should provide a localized value. If you choose the custom type but don’t provide a name, the system uses a localized default, like “Custom”. If you choose a type besides the custom type, the system ignores the custom type name.