My push notifications have just suddenly stopped working, I am assuming it is due to me renewing my Certs and Provisioning profiles (I deleted the old certs and provisioning files but may have gone too far). The Apps compile with the new Cert and Provisioning files and can be uploaded...
I must make an app, using push notifications.
Which is the best way to make it?
With firebase push notifications or with a custom server application?
I read that firebase notification is free, so this is reason why I have this dilemma.
Thank you in advance!
I tried to use a Firebase Notifications - it works fine, I was able to push a notification from B4J example but my question is - how to keep a previous notification?
Let say I sent a notification with a title "AAA" and body "BBB". It comes to my app and I can see it.
Later on I pushed...
I get this error message when i run my firebase related app. Any help??
Logger connected to: Infinix Infinix-X600
--------- beginning of main
*** Service (starter) Create ***
** Service (starter) Start **
** Activity (main) Create, isFirst = true **
** Activity (main) Resume **
Recently, I've added FirebaseNotifications to my app
I noticed that noticed when the user click the (push) notification, the app opens, but the notification still exists, and it is needed to swipe it in order to remove it.
Does anybody know how to make the push notification disappear...
I tried to use Push notifications with Firebase, throe Erel's video tutorial.
When running in release mode, this error occurred at the compiler:
Uncaught translation error: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: already added: Lcom/google/android/gms/measurement/AppMeasurement;
I tried to add an option for Push Notifications to my throw Erel's video Explanation.
When referencing the libraries "Firebase Analytics" and "Firebase Notifications", an error message had shown up.
(When referencing "Firebase Analytics" the error was "Maven Article wasn't found...
My iOS app is not recieving any push notifications whilst in the background, but it does recieve them in the foreground.
The iPhone is running iOS 10.3.1 so it shouldn't be the iOS 11 issue where they're only delivered sometimes.
The app isn't being force killed, I'm simply exiting it by...