iOS Tutorial Silent Push Notifications

Erel

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Are you talking about the "This is a local notification" message? If you are seeing it then it means that your code was executed.
 

marcick

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I used the source provided and placed the main.m file in the "Special" folder.
This is not related to your problem, but note that with that file in the special folder the app will be rejected when trying to publish it to the store
 

Erel

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This is not related to your problem, but note that with that file in the special folder the app will be rejected when trying to publish it to the store
This issue is fixed in v2.5.
 

marcick

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I'm updated, but last week I was publishing a new beta and it was rejected. I had to remove that file that I forgot in the special folder when I was doing experiments with silent notifications.
 

Erel

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Tutorial in the first post was updated. The custom main.m file is no longer required.
 
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