Public Sub CreateNotificationWithContent(Title As String, subTitle As String, Body As String, ImageURL As String, Identifier As String, Category As String, MillisecondsFromNow As Long) Dim ln As NativeObject ln = ln.Initialize("UNMutableNotificationContent").RunMethod("new", Null)...
The height of the status bar is not that big. I therefore wonder how I can see a very small displayed image and operate a very small key on that status bar with my thick fingers. In addition, a statusbar, the name says it all, is intended for statuses and not actually for operating elements such as a key. You could of course also display a (semi) transparent panel with the desired layout at the top over the screen content.
Check this file. That's the code I used for an app I'm working on.
Take note of the XML file inside Objects\res\layout, that is how you design the layout. In this case, I only show an image. You can also add a button or text if you want.
- The XML files must be set to read-only after editing
- I found that the exact size of the image I used for the notifications worked well on most phones I tested on. Anything smaller or larger will cause some sizing issues when the notification is shown, You should play around with the image sizes and aspect ratio.
- I used the NotificationBuilder library for this.