Join Steven Lipton for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up simulators, part of iOS and watchOS App Development: Notifications.
- [Instructor] I also want to give you a brief tip about the simulators. If you're working with a Trackpad, the default iPhone X model simulators have a terrible time showing the notification manager, something we'll be doing frequently. Just like the iPhone XR I have up here, you have to pull down from just below the notch right here like that. I strongly suggest using a mouse or using one of the earlier simulators, like iPhone 8, because Trackpads really have a hard time hitting just the right spot up here.
For push notifications, and for what we'll be doing on the Apple Watch, you cannot use a simulator. You'll also need some live devices to test those.
- Requesting user permission
- Static vs. dynamic notification content
- Sending local notifications
- Updating and removing notifications
- Creating custom notifications
- Adding categories and actions to notifications
- Pushing notifications
- Building push notification payloads: alerts and actions
- Adding service and content extensions
- Attaching rich media: images, audio, and video
- Creating watchOS notifications
Skill Level Intermediate
Apple watchOS 4 App Development Essential Trainingwith Steven Lipton3h 10m Intermediate
1. User Permissions
2. Local Notifications
3. Notification Management
4. Interacting with Notifications
5. Push Notifications
6. Push Notification Payloads
7. The Service Extensions
8. The Content Extension
9. Rich Media in Notifications
10. Apple Watch Notifications
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