handling push notifications

Terry Judd terry.judd at unimelb.edu.au
Thu Oct 16 21:31:25 EDT 2014

That¹s disappointing. Just to get this straight, the only time I get the
payload is if the app is open - either when the notification arrives or if
I select it from the Œlist¹ available when swiping down from the top of
the screen. If the app isn¹t open then no payload via any method.


On 17/10/2014 11:51 am, "Mike Kerner" <MikeKerner at roadrunner.com> wrote:

>you don't.  There are several open bug reports on push, and that's one of
>them.  If the app isn't running and the user opens it via the springboard,
>no payload.  If they open it via the notification center, payload.
>On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 7:02 PM, Terry Judd <terry.judd at unimelb.edu.au>
>> Just starting with push notifications and have managed to get a simple
>> example working using the livecode example code and AWS¹s SNS service.
>> far so good!
>> Now, in the livecode example it an Œalert¹ and a Œpayload¹ are sent. The
>> payload is received if the app is open and the alert is displayed if it
>> isn¹t. How do you capture the payload if the app isn¹t open ­ for
>> if you wanted to display it when the user taps the notification alert?
>> TerryŠ
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