Yes of course.

But as I told in a previous post onsucess, onerror is a standard way to "organize" things, only that.

People need to know they are walking on known territory,  dealing as far as possible with standard concepts. That's a small thing, not important at all, but we must in general pay attention to that kind of  issues.

On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 7:20 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <> wrote:

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Miguel Lemos <> wrote:
onSucess = the device has managed to register on the service. It's a one time info, but priceless if we are still struggling to figure out  how to make the whole thing work. For the end user, no that has no use. 

If dev registration is not successful: onError is called; IMO that's almost same: dev does know: whoops something went wrong

About the simplification:  130000% agree :)

About the sound: useless, if we want to make it ring,  don't need the push notification API to do it. The badge (I even don't know what those values - 1, 3, 7... - mean, not yet...)

badge, as explained in our message format spec is apple keyword:

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