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== Getting an SBIcon ==
 
== Getting an SBIcon ==
 
<source lang=objc>
 
<source lang=objc>
SBIconController *viewcont = [%c(SBIconController) sharedInstance];
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SBIconController *controller = [%c(SBIconController) sharedInstance];
SBIconModel *model = [cont model];
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SBIconModel *model = [controller model];
SBIcon *icon = [model expectedIconForDisplayIdentifier:identifier];
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SBIcon *icon = [model expectedIconForDisplayIdentifier:iconIdentifier];
 
</source>
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Revision as of 11:39, 12 March 2015

SBIcon is a class representing an icon displayed by SpringBoard. It is not typically used directly; instead, its various subclasses are used: SBApplicationIcon, SBBookmarkIcon, SBDownloadingIcon, and SBDestinationHole (which is a blank space used when rearranging icons).

In iOS 5 Apple split up SBIcon, creating a separate class for SBIconView, and just leaving SBIcon with behind the scenes stuff.

Launching an Application using SBIcon

[icon launchFromLocation:iconLocation];

For SBIcon locations, see here.

Getting an SBIcon

SBIconController *controller = [%c(SBIconController) sharedInstance];
SBIconModel *model = [controller model];
SBIcon *icon = [model expectedIconForDisplayIdentifier:iconIdentifier];

References