Chromium Code Reviews (chromiumcodereview-hr) | Please choose your nickname with Settings | Help | Chromium Project | Gerrit Changes | Sign out

Unified Diff: ios/chrome/browser/browser_coordinator.h

Issue 2580363002: Upstream Chrome on iOS source code [1/11]. (Closed)
Patch Set: Created 4 years ago
Use n/p to move between diff chunks; N/P to move between comments. Draft comments are only viewable by you.
Jump to:
View side-by-side diff with in-line comments
Download patch
Index: ios/chrome/browser/browser_coordinator.h
diff --git a/ios/chrome/browser/browser_coordinator.h b/ios/chrome/browser/browser_coordinator.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000..6a8e61b1fb9f07c32696d34e94ef530c41f45a29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/ios/chrome/browser/browser_coordinator.h
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+// Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
+// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
+// found in the LICENSE file.
+// ====== New Architecture =====
+// = This code is only used in the new iOS Chrome architecture. =
+// ============================================================================
+#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
+namespace ios {
+class ChromeBrowserState;
+// An object that manages a UI component via a view controller.
+// This is the public interface to this class; subclasses should also import
+// the Internal category header (browser_coordinator+internal.h). This header
+// file declares all the methods and properties a subclass must either override,
+// call, or reset.
+@interface BrowserCoordinator : NSObject
+// The browser state used by this coordinator and passed into any child
+// coordinators added to it. This is a weak pointer, and setting this property
+// doesn't transfer ownership of the browser state.
+@property(nonatomic, assign) ios::ChromeBrowserState* browserState;
+// The view controller that this coordinator will use to present its content, if
+// it is presenting content. This is not the view controller created and managed
+// by this coordinator; it should be supplied by whatever object is creating
+// this coordinator.
+@property(nonatomic, weak) UIViewController* rootViewController;
+// The basic lifecycle methods for coordinators are -start and -stop. These
+// are blank template methods; child classes are expected to implement them and
+// do not need to invoke the superclass methods.
+// Starts the user interaction managed by the receiver. Typical implementations
+// will create a view controller and then use |rootViewController| to present
+// it.
+- (void)start;
+// Stops the user interaction managed by the receiver. Called on dealloc.
+- (void)stop;
« no previous file with comments | « ios/chrome/browser/autofill/ ('k') | ios/chrome/browser/ » ('j') | no next file with comments »

Powered by Google App Engine
This is Rietveld 408576698