Maybe I'am missing something but I looked for information but I didn't
find the response.
I'm trying to build an app with ionic that uses aerogear's phonegap
plugin to receive push notifications. The behaviour I've observed when a
notification arrives to an android device is:
- When app not runing:
1- Alert show in the notifications area - OK
2- On click opens the app and the notification is processed fine -OK
- When the app is running
1- No alert message in the notifications area - OK
2- When notification arrives is processed correctly. - OK
- When the app is running but in background
1 - No alert message in the notifications area - Wrong because user
doesn't realize that has a new message
2 - On app activation: notification is processed ok.
I would like that in the last scenario the alert could be shown in the
notification area when the app is running in background.
Is that possible?
Thanks in advance,
Alexandre Ballesté Crevillén alexandre.balleste at udl.cat
Universitat de Lleida
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Hello good people,
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We would like you to consider which one fits the project best or simply
which is a best option in your eyes!
See the the poll here:
after upgrading to the latest AeroGear UnifiedPush Server version, I have now problems sending push notifications to iOS devices.
When I select a development variant, I can send notifications via the web console, and they are received on the iOS (development) devices properly.
But when I select a production variant, the notifications seem to get sent (I see no errors in the web console), and NO notifications are received on the devices. I tested this with two different apps already published in the store - same problem.
>From what I can tell, there should be no difference between the app I’m testing on the dev variant, and the two apps in the store - the push registration is the same, and I can see installations for the 2 production variants, so the devices are definitely registering.
The only difference is the number of receivers (4 for the dev, 50 for the production variant). I’m sending the same message.
Any idea what could be wrong?
some time ago Gabriel prepared us a new scheme that we had two issues with
(that I won't mention so I won't influence your opinion). ;-)
Andres now took this proposal one step further and prepared several options.
You can vote for your favorite here, and leave any additional comments if
I'm happy to announce the first release of the UPS Java Sender Forge Addon,
This addon will help the developer to integrate the Java Sender into their
Basically it provides 2 commands :
- unifiedpush-setup : will pull in the dependency and create a
pushConfiguration.json file that contains the needed information (UPS url,
PushAppID and master secret)
-unifiedpush-generate-service : will generate a small service that wraps
the Java Sender, you can then easily inject it into your business logic.
The nice thing about Forge 2 Addons, is that you get JBDS Integration for
"free" , so these 2 commands are available in JBDS as UI Wizards.
I created a blog entry for that which also contains a screencast :
The code is hosted here for now :
https://github.com/sebastienblanc/unifiedpush-addon but will soon be
migrated under the AeroGear org.
We would like to be able to create push applications/variants in the unified push server via HTTP RESTful APIs. Matthias has told me that it is possible by enabling admin RESTful API access. Can someone help me to enabled that? I have checked out the source code of the unified push server and have run it locally.
Thanks in advance.