Swift SDK Deeplink

This SDK is developed using the Swift programming language. Unlike our existing iOS SDK, we provide integration support with Swift Package Manager (SPM). You can take advantage of Swift's expressive and intuitive nature, enabling you to create sophisticated applications with ease.

Deep Linking

When you send a push notification with custom action buttons, you can redirect users to any custom page or view in your app by specifying deep links as custom action button URLs. To do this, you first need to create a URL scheme (your_deeplink_scheme://) in your project.

Using Xcode, edit your Info.plist file:

  • Add a new key, "URL types." Xcode will automatically create an array containing a dictionary called Item 0.

  • Within Item 0, add a key, "URL identifier," and set the value to your custom scheme.

  • Within Item 0, add a key, "URL Schemes." This will automatically be an array containing a string called Item 0.

  • Set "URL Schemes » Item 0" to your custom scheme.

Once you are done, you can confirm that your new URL scheme has been added to your app's Info.plist file.

func application(_ app: UIApplication, open url: URL, options: [UIApplication.OpenURLOptionsKey: Any] = [:]) -> Bool {
	print("openUrl: \(url)")
	return true

To detect the universal link provided by Netmera push actions, usually taking the form of https://your_domain/scheme?query, you need to implement a custom handler in your iOS app.

Specifically, add the following code to your didFinishLaunchingWithOptions method and ensure that your AppDelegate conforms to the NetmeraPushDelegate protocol:

//in didFinishLaunchingWithOptions
// Implement NetmeraPushDelegate in your AppDelegate

Next, you can handle the universal link by implementing the following two delegate methods:

func shouldHandleOpenURL(_ url: URL, for pushObject: NetmeraBasePush) -> Bool {
	if url.host == "your_domain" {
		return true
	return false

func handleOpenURL(_ url: URL, for pushObject: NetmeraBasePush) {
	print("openUrl \(url)")

In the shouldHandleOpenURL method, check the given URL to determine whether you want to take action. Return true if you intend to handle it.

Subsequently, the handleOpenURL method is invoked when the URL is triggered by Netmera push actions, allowing you to perform the necessary action based on the URL's contents.

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