UIUserNotificationAction is deprecated in iOS 10. Use
UNNotificationAction instead. A
UIUserNotificationAction object represents a custom action that your app can perform in response to a remote or local notification.
- iOS 8.0–10.0Deprecated
When a notification is delivered, the system displays a button for each custom action associated with the notification. Tapping a button launches your app (either in the foreground or background) and gives you a chance to perform the indicated action. You use this class to specify the text that is displayed in the button and the information your app needs to perform the corresponding action.
Typically, you create an instance of the
UIMutableUserNotificationAction class instead of this class. You use the mutable object to configure the action and then call the setActions:forContext: method of UIMutableUserNotificationActionSettings to add the resulting actions to a group.
For each action you define, you must specify whether execution of that action requires the app to be running in the foreground or background. You can also specify whether the device must be unlocked or can remain locked while the action is performed. Unlocking the device may be necessary if the action involves reading or writing files that are encrypted on disk using the system’s data protection mechanism. When the user selects an action, the system puts your app into the appropriate mode and calls your app delegate’s
application(_:handleActionWithIdentifier:for:completionHandler:) method to perform the action.