Asks the delegate to handle the specified SiriKit intent directly.
- iOS 11.0+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
- tvOS 11.0+
The shared app object.
The intent object that contains information about the SiriKit request. Use this object to identify what the user is trying to do and what kind of response to provide.
The handler block to execute with your response. You must execute this handler at some point during your implementation of this method. This handler has no return value and takes the following parameter:
The response object you create to report the status of the request. The exact type of this object must correspond to the type of intent that was delivered. For example, if the
intentparameter contains an
INStartobject, you must create an
INStartobject. This parameter must not be
Workout Intent Response
An app with an Intents app extension can use this method to handle an intent directly, instead of handling it in the app extension. You might use this method to implement workflows that you cannot implement easily in your extension. For example, you might use it to start or manage a user's workout session. If your app is not running, SiriKit launches your app in the background so that the Siri interface remains active.
Your Intents app extension is still responsible for resolving and confirming the intent details. Your extension must also handle the intent minimally by creating a response object that indicates the app should handle the intent. Upon receiving your response, SiriKit launches the app as needed and calling this method.In your implementation of this method, handle the intent, generate an appropriate response object, and call the provided completion handler. For details about how to handle a specific intent, see the class reference for that intent in SiriKit.