The handler interface for providing default values to the system when pre-fetching an initial set of possible reservation times.
- iOS 10.0+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+Beta
Use the methods of the
INGet protocol to resolve, confirm, and handle requests for default values for the system to use when pre-fetching reservation times. The system delivers an
INGet object to your handler before it asks your Intents extension for any initial reservation times. Use this intent object to provide a set of reasonable default values that are likely to yield good results when doing an initial search for available reservation times. For example, the default date provided by your handler should represent a date and time when the restaurant is open and has available tables.
Maps does not require you to resolve or confirm the contents of a get available restaurant reservation booking defaults intent before handling it. User interactions drive the selection of data in Maps, ensuring that the data Maps places into an intent object is already valid.