Classes

The following classes are available globally.

  • A Firebase service that supports vision APIs.

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    @interface FIRVision : NSObject
  • An address.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeAddress : NSObject
  • A calendar event extracted from a QR code.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeCalendarEvent : NSObject
  • A driver license or ID card data representation.

    An ANSI driver license contains more fields than are represented by this class. The FIRVisionBarcodes rawValue property can be used to access the other fields.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeDriverLicense : NSObject
  • An email message from a ‘MAILTO:’ or similar QR Code type.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeEmail : NSObject
  • GPS coordinates from a ‘GEO:’ or similar QR Code type data.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeGeoPoint : NSObject
  • A person’s name, both formatted and as individual name components.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodePersonName : NSObject
  • A phone number from a ‘TEL:’ or similar QR Code type.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodePhone : NSObject
  • An SMS message from an ‘SMS:’ or similar QR Code type.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeSMS : NSObject
  • A URL and title from a ‘MEBKM:’ or similar QR Code type.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeURLBookmark : NSObject
  • Wi-Fi network parameters from a ‘WIFI:’ or similar QR Code type.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeWiFi : NSObject
  • A person’s or organization’s business card. This may come from different underlying formats including VCARD and MECARD.

    This object represents a simplified view of possible business cards. If you require lossless access to the information in the barcode, you should parse the raw data yourself. To access the raw data, use the FIRVisionBarcodes rawValue property.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeContactInfo : NSObject
  • A barcode in an image.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcode : NSObject
  • A barcode detector that detects barcodes in an image.

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    @interface FIRVisionBarcodeDetector : NSObject
  • Generic options of a vision cloud detector.

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    @interface FIRVisionCloudDetectorOptions : NSObject