[Aerogear-users] [newbie] choosing the right version

Julio Cesar Sanchez Hernandez jusanche at redhat.com
Mon May 29 06:20:01 EDT 2017


The Objective-C sdk should work with any UPS version.

If APNs tells Aerogear to disable the device it's because APNs doesn't
recognize the device push token. That might happen when the app is in debug
mode (like when you run it from Xcode), but you uploaded the production
push certificate to UPS and/or you are using production mode in the variant.

On Mon, May 29, 2017 at 11:56 AM, Paolo Casarini <paolo.casarini at mulino.it>

> Hi,
>    I would like to use aerogear-unifiedpush-server to generate some push
> messages between the e-learning web platform I'm developing and its iOS
> app. First I deployed aerogear-unifiedpush-server 1.2.0.alpha3 on a EC2 vm
> I owned and than I configured my iOS app (objective-c) to use it, but I
> came across some issues dealing with APNs: soon after I ask to send a push
> message to one of my registered devices, the APNs tells Aerogear to disable
> the device.
> Now I have seen that there is a new version (1.2.0.beta1), do you suggest
> me to move to this version? or it's better to use the 1.1.0.Final? Is it
> possible to use the objective-c sdk with 1.2.x server?
> Thanks in advance,
>    Paolo.
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