NSURLHandle declares the programmatic interface for an object that accesses and manages resource data indicated by an
NSURL object. A single
NSURLHandle can service multiple equivalent
NSURL objects, but only if these URLs map to the same resource.
- macOS 10.10+
NSURLHandle is deprecated in macOS 10.4 and later. Applications that are intended for deployment in macOS 10.3 or later should use
NSURLDownload instead; see URL Session Programming Guide.
Cocoa provides private concrete subclasses to handle HTTP and file URL schemes. If you want to implement support for additional URL schemes, you would do so by creating a subclass of
NSURLHandle. You can use
NSURLHandle to download from FTP sites without subclassing.