iOS Links Handler

During a Mobile Push creation in the Reteno account you can specify the Link field in the form. It might be either some web page url, or deep link to the application.

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By default Reteno SDK will open it via system method UIApplication.shared.open(url, options: [:], completionHandler: nil)

From Reteno SDK 1.5.5 onwards, you can add your own link handler:

Reteno.addLinkHandler { [weak self] url in
    guard
        let components = URLComponents(url: url, resolvingAgainstBaseURL: true),
        components.host == "example-app.esclick.me",
        let linkItem = UniversalLinkItem(rawValue: components.path)
    else {
        // if it's not a deep link, just open Safari
        UIApplication.shared.open(url)
        return
    }
    
    self?.applicationFlowCoordinator.handleUniversalLink(linkItem)
}

From Reteno SDK 1.7.2 onwards link handler has a new value in closure is customData. You can pass it from inApp OPEN_URL data sys action type.

Reteno.addLinkHandler { [weak self] url, customData in
    guard
        let components = URLComponents(url: url, resolvingAgainstBaseURL: true),
        components.host == "example-app.esclick.me",
        let linkItem = UniversalLinkItem(rawValue: components.path)
    else {
        // if it's not a deep link, just open Safari
        UIApplication.shared.open(url)
        return
    }

    self?.applicationFlowCoordinator.handleUniversalLink(linkItem)
}

Using Universal links you have to provide your own link handler, since there is no way the link open in your app. For more information about Universal Links visit Apple documentation.