SBIconView

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SBIconView is a UIView subclass introduced in iOS 5 that is used to display icons in SpringBoard. In iOS 5 Apple split up the SBIcon, creating a separate class for the view, and just leaving the SBIcon with behind the scenes stuff.

Creating an Instance

SBIcon *sbicon = [[objc_getClass("SBIconModel") sharedInstance] applicationIconForDisplayIdentifier:@"com.apple.MobileSafari"];
   SBIconView *view = [[objc_getClass("SBIconView") alloc]initWithDefaultSize];
    // set an SBIcon to get the display name and icon image 
    [view setIcon:sbicon];
     view.delegate = self;

Delegate Methods

- (BOOL)iconAllowJitter:(SBIconView *)arg1 {
    
    return YES;
}
- (BOOL)iconPositionIsEditable:(id)arg1 {
    
    return NO;
}
- (void)iconHandleLongPress:(SBIconView *)arg1 {
    
    [arg1 setIsJittering:YES];
}
- (void)iconTouchBegan:(SBIconView *)arg1 {
    [arg1 setHighlighted:YES];
    
    
}
- (void)icon:(id)arg1 touchMovedWithEvent:(id)arg2 {
    
    
}
- (void)icon:(SBIconView *)arg1 touchEnded:(BOOL)arg2 {
    [arg1 setHighlighted:NO delayUnhighlight:NO];

}
- (BOOL)iconShouldAllowTap:(id)arg1 {
    return YES;
}
- (void)iconTapped:(SBIconView *)arg1 {
    [arg1.icon launchFromViewSwitcher];
}
- (BOOL)icon:(id)arg1 canReceiveGrabbedIcon:(id)arg2 {
    return NO;
}

- (int)closeBoxTypeForIcon:(id)arg1 {
    
    return 1;
}
- (void)iconCloseBoxTapped:(id)arg1 {
    
}
- (BOOL)iconShouldPrepareGhostlyImage:(id)arg1 {
    
    return YES;
}
- (BOOL)iconViewDisplaysBadges:(id)arg1 {
    
    return NO;
}