Manifest - Bluetooth

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The bluetooth manifest property declares which permissions are available for the bluetooth API.

Sample manifest.json #

{
"name": "My Bluetooth app",
"bluetooth": {
// Permission for chrome.bluetoothSocket:
// The application is allowed to communicate with devices
// using the protocols, profiles, or services identified by
// the UUIDs 0x1105 and 0x1106 using the BluetoothSocket API.
"uuids": [ "1105", "1106" ],
"socket": true
},
...
}
{
"name": "My Bluetooth app",
"bluetooth": {
// Permission for chrome.bluetoothLowEnergy:
// The application is allowed to communicate with devices
// using the profiles identified by the UUIDs 0x180D, 0x1809 and 0x180F
// using the BluetoothLowEnergy API.
"uuids": [ "180D", "1809", "180F" ],
"low_energy": true
},
...
}

Reference #

  • uuids (array of string) - optional

    The uuids manifest property declares the list of protocols, profiles and services that an app can communicate using.

  • socket (boolean) - optional

    If true, gives permission to an app to use the bluetoothSocket API

  • low_energy (boolean) - optional

    If true, gives permission to an app to use the bluetoothLowEnergy API

  • peripheral (boolean) - optional

    If true, gives permission to an app to use the advertisement functions in the bluetoothLowEnergy API

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