1.1. Camera device

After get the device list in home, you can determine whether it is a smart camera device based on the type of device. If it is a smart camera device, you can create a camera object based on the information in TuyaSmartDeviceModel.

1.1.1. Determine if it is a smart camera

You can judge whether the device is a camera through the interface in the TuyaSmartDeviceModel+IPCSDK category.

Example

ObjC

[[TuyaSmartHomeManager new] getHomeListWithSuccess:^(NSArray<TuyaSmartHomeModel *> *homes) {
        [homes enumerateObjectsUsingBlock:^(TuyaSmartHomeModel * _Nonnull obj, NSUInteger idx, BOOL * _Nonnull stop) {
                TuyaSmartHome *home = [TuyaSmartHome homeWithHomeId:obj.homeId];
                [home getHomeDetailWithSuccess:^(TuyaSmartHomeModel *homeModel) {
                        [home.deviceList enumerateObjectsUsingBlock:^(TuyaSmartDeviceModel * _Nonnull obj, NSUInteger idx, BOOL * _Nonnull stop) {
                    if ([obj isIPCDevice]) {
                        NSLog(@"%@ is a smart camera", obj.name);
                    }
        }];
        } failure:^(NSError *error) {

        }];
    }];
} failure:^(NSError *error) {

}];

Swift

let homeManager = TuyaSmartHomeManager()
homeManager.getHomeList(success: { homeList in
    homeList?.forEach({ homeModel in
        let home = TuyaSmartHome(homeId: homeModel.homeId)
        home?.getDetailWithSuccess({ _ in
            home?.deviceList.forEach({ deviceModel in
                if deviceModel.isIPCDevice() {
                    print(deviceModel.name!, "is a smart camera")
                }
            })
        }, failure: { error in

        })
    })
}) { error in

}

Note that the sample code here is only to show the simplest process of filtering out the camera device. In actual development, the device should be displayed and managed according to the logic of UI interaction.

1.1.2. Camera instance

Class and Protocol

Class (Protocol) Description
TuyaSmartCameraFactory Utility class for creating camera configurations and camera objects
TuyaSmartCameraConfig Camera configuration class, developers do not need to care about its properties
TuyaSmartCameraType Camera interface protocol, there are different specific implementations depending on the type of camera firmware
TuyaSmartCameraDelegate Camera delegate, the result feedback of camera function method will be callback through delegate method

TuyaSmartCameraFactory provides factory methods for creating camera control objects.

Declaration

Create a camera instance object.

+ (id<TuyaSmartCameraType>)cameraWithP2PType:(id)type deviceId:(NSString *)devId delegate:(id<TuyaSmartCameraDelegate>)delegate;

Parameters

Parameter Description
type P2p type of camera
devId Device id
delegate Camera delegate

Return

Type Description
id The concrete implementation object of the camera interface

1.1.3. P2p type

The IPC SDK supports three p2p channel implementation. The SDK initializes different camera specific implementation objects according to the p2p type. Get the p2p type of the device through the interface in TuyaSmartDeviceModel+IPCSDK.

Declaration

Get p2p type

- (NSInteger)p2pType;

Example

ObjC

id<TuyaSmartCameraType> camera = [TuyaSmartCameraFactory cameraWithP2PType:@(deviceModel.p2pType) deviceId:deviceModel.devId delegate:self];

Swift

let camera = TuyaSmartCameraFactory.camera(withP2PType: deviceModel.p2pType(), deviceId: deviceModel.devId, delegate: self)

Note that in the above code, the self passed in the delegate parameter needs to implement the TuyaSmartCameraDelegate protocol.

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