[Aerogear-users] Should the cordova push plugin start the App up if its not started?
Erik Jan de Wit
edewit at redhat.com
Mon Dec 14 03:15:50 EST 2015
Currently this is how background notifications (content-available) should
work on iOS, but on Android the notification doesn't start up the app only
when the user 'touches' the notification is the app started. I think we
could change this behaviour, for instance when you send a notification that
doesn't contain any alert message. I think recently some more users have
experimented with how to 'enable' background notifications on android. What
do you think?
p.s. I like your email address
On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 6:59 PM, Rob Willett <rob.aerogear at robertwillett.com
> We’re trying to work out if the Aerogear Cordova push notification
> *should* start the app if the app is not started. If the app is in the
> background than we get the notification but if the app is not started up we
> don’t *seem* to get anything happening.
> It seems to work OK when the app is in the foreground or background, just
> not when its not started up?
> Should it work when the app is not started on both iOS and Android?
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