A bookmark encapsulates a PDF action and a name. It is managed by a document’s bookmark manager.
PSPDFBookmarkManagermanages bookmarks for a given
You should not initialize a bookmark manager yourself but instead access it through the document’s
Bookmarks and PDF files
The concept of bookmarks does not exist in a PDF document. Therefore all the bookmarks you add will be stored inside the PDF but are only read by PSPDFKit and Apple Preview. If you want to support other formats, you need to create your own bookmark provider and store them yourself.
You should not subclass
PSPDFBookmarkManager. Instead attach a custom bookmark provider to achieve your desired behavior.
PSPDFBookmarkManageris thread safe and can be accessed from any thread. To ensure multiple operations are executed as one serial block without other threads interfering, wrap you operations in
performBlockAndWait:whenever you need to do complex operations.
However, if you need to do something that can be achieved by calling a single method on this class (e.g. adding a bookmark or removing a known bookmark), call the appropriate method directly as it is more performant than wrapping calls in the above mentioned block calls.See more
@interface PSPDFBookmarkManager : NSObject
class PSPDFBookmarkManager : NSObject
A Bookmark Provider is used to store and read bookmarks from a data source.
If you need to store bookmarks in a file format other than what PSPDFKit supports by default, you can create your own bookmark provider and attach it to a document’s bookmark manager.
SeePSPDFBookmarksChangedNotification for change notifications.
@protocol PSPDFBookmarkProvider <NSObject>
protocol PSPDFBookmarkProvider : NSObjectProtocol