Conforms to NSObject
Declared in SBKBeaconManager.h

Overview

The SBKBeaconManagerDelegate protocol defines the methods used to receive beacon updates from a SBKBeaconManager object.

Instance Methods

beaconManager:beaconDidGone:

Tells the delegate that a beacon has been out of range.

- (void)beaconManager:(SBKBeaconManager *)beaconManager beaconDidGone:(SBKBeacon *)beacon

Parameters

beaconManager

The beacon manager object reporting the event.

beacon

The beacon instance just be out of range.

Discussion

Tells the delegate that a beacon has been out of range.

Declared In

SBKBeaconManager.h

beaconManager:didRangeNewBeacon:

Tells the delegate that ranged a new beacon.

- (void)beaconManager:(SBKBeaconManager *)beaconManager didRangeNewBeacon:(SBKBeacon *)beacon

Parameters

beaconManager

The beacon manager object reporting the event.

beacon

The beacon instance just be ranged.

Discussion

Tells the delegate that ranged a new beacon.

Declared In

SBKBeaconManager.h

beaconManager:scanDidFinishWithBeacons:

Tells the delegate that if one or more beacons are in range. This method will be called approximate every one second, even there is not beacon around.

- (void)beaconManager:(SBKBeaconManager *)beaconManager scanDidFinishWithBeacons:(NSArray *)beacons

Parameters

beaconManager

The beacon manager object reporting the event.

beacons

An array of SBKBeacon objects representing the beacons currently in range. You can use the information in these objects to determine the range of each beacon and its identifying information.

Discussion

Tells the delegate that if one or more beacons are in range. This method will be called approximate every one second, even there is not beacon around.

Declared In

SBKBeaconManager.h