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iOS 12 introduces Notification Grouping, a feature that groups all of the notifications from a single app together in one bundle that prevents the Lock screen from becoming cluttered. This is how you can use it in your app.
var win = Ti.UI.createWindow({
backgroundColor: '#fff'
});
var btn = Ti.UI.createButton({
title: 'Schedule Notification'
});
btn.addEventListener('click', function() {
schedule('id_1', 'New Notification', 'These', new Date().getTime() + 3000, "my_thread");
schedule('id_2', 'Another Notification', 'Are', new Date().getTime() + 4000, "my_thread");
schedule('id_3', 'Yet Another Notification', 'Some', new Date().getTime() + 5000, "my_thread");
schedule('id_4', 'One more okay?', 'Pointless', new Date().getTime() + 6000, "other_thread");
schedule('id_5', 'This is the last one', 'Notifications', new Date().getTime() + 7000, "other_thread");
});
win.add(btn);
win.open();
function schedule(identifier, title, body, date, thread) {
Ti.App.iOS.scheduleLocalNotification({
identifier: identifier,
alertTitle: title,
alertBody: body,
threadIdentifier: thread,
summaryArgument: 'My Summary',
summaryArgumentCount: 1,
date: date,
category: 'DOWNLOAD_CONTENT'
});
}
var acceptAction = Ti.App.iOS.createUserNotificationAction({
identifier: 'ACCEPT_IDENTIFIER',
title: 'Accept',
activationMode: Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_ACTIVATION_MODE_FOREGROUND,
destructive: false,
authenticationRequired: true
});
// An action that does not open the app (background action)
var rejectAction = Ti.App.iOS.createUserNotificationAction({
identifier: 'REJECT_IDENTIFIER',
title: 'Reject',
activationMode: Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_ACTIVATION_MODE_BACKGROUND,
destructive: true,
authenticationRequired: false
});
// An action that does not open the app (background action), but lets the developer
// type in a text (iOS 9+)
var respondAction = Ti.App.iOS.createUserNotificationAction({
identifier: 'RESPOND_IDENTIFIER',
title: 'Respond',
activationMode: Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_ACTIVATION_MODE_BACKGROUND,
behavior: Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_BEHAVIOR_TEXTINPUT, // or: Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_BEHAVIOR_DEFAULT,
authenticationRequired: false
});
// Create an example notification category
var downloadContent = Ti.App.iOS.createUserNotificationCategory({
identifier: 'DOWNLOAD_CONTENT',
actionsForDefaultContext: [acceptAction, rejectAction, respondAction]
});
// Register for user notifications and categories
Ti.App.iOS.registerUserNotificationSettings({
types: [
Ti.App.iOS.USER_NOTIFICATION_TYPE_ALERT
],
categories: [downloadContent]
});
// Monitor notifications received while app is in the background
Ti.App.iOS.addEventListener('localnotificationaction', function(e) {
alert('event: localnotificationaction');
});
// Validate notification settings
Ti.App.iOS.addEventListener('usernotificationsettings', function(e) {
Ti.API.info('event: usernotificationsettings');
})
// Monitor notifications received while app is in the foreground
Ti.App.iOS.addEventListener('notification', function(e) {
alert('event: notification');
});
iOS 12 introduces Notification Grouping, a feature that groups all of the notifications from a single app together in one bundle that prevents the Lock screen from becoming cluttered. This is how you can use it in your app.
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andykirra commented Jan 6, 2019

Would you happen to know how I could use grouped notifications for push notifications? Is it possible? I cannot find much information about it. I tried to use thread-id as a property in the send push payload, but without much luck. Thanks

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