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notificationplayground.py
# coding: utf-8
#. objc from http://www.thinkandbuild.it/interactive-notifications-with-notification-actions/
from objc_util import *
UIUserNotificationSetting = ObjCClass('UIUserNotificationSettings')
UIMutableUserNotificationCategory = ObjCClass('UIMutableUserNotificationCategory')
UIMutableUserNotificationAction = ObjCClass('UIMutableUserNotificationAction')
UIUserNotificationSettings = ObjCClass('UIUserNotificationSettings')
UILocalNotification = ObjCClass('UILocalNotification')
BG=1
FG=0
UIUserNotificationActionContextDefault=0
UIUserNotificationActionContextMinimal=1
UIUserNotificationTypeNone = 0,
UIUserNotificationTypeBadge = 1 << 0
UIUserNotificationTypeSound = 1 << 1
UIUserNotificationTypeAlert = 1 << 2
# define Action
actionA = UIMutableUserNotificationAction.new()
actionA.identifier = "OPTION_A"
actionA.title = "OpenInApp"
actionA.activationMode = FG
actionA.authenticationRequired = True
actionA.destructive = False
#define Action
actionB = UIMutableUserNotificationAction.new()
actionB.identifier = 'OPTION_B'
actionB.title = "RunInBG"
actionB.activationMode = BG
actionB.authenticationRequired = True
actionB.destructive = False
#define another Action
actionC = UIMutableUserNotificationAction.new()
actionC.identifier = 'OPTION_C'
actionC.title = "C"
actionC.activationMode = FG
actionC.destructive = True
#// Category
myCategory = UIMutableUserNotificationCategory.new()
myCategory.identifier = 'MY_CATEGORY'
#// A. Set actions for the default context(alert)
myCategory.setActions_forContext_(
[actionA, actionB, actionC], UIUserNotificationActionContextDefault)
#// B. Set actions for the minimal context (banner)
myCategory.setActions_forContext_(
[actionA, actionB], UIUserNotificationActionContextMinimal)
#Registration *****************************************
types = UIUserNotificationTypeAlert | UIUserNotificationTypeSound
settings = UIUserNotificationSettings.alloc().initWithTypes_categories_(
types, [myCategory])
app=UIApplication.sharedApplication()
app.registerUserNotificationSettings_(settings)
NSDate=ObjCClass('NSDate')
import time
# CREATE replacement delegate method
def application_handleActionWithIdentifier_forLocalNotification_completionHandler_(_cmd,_sel,app,identifier,notif,completionhandler):
print ObjCInstance(identifier)
print ObjCInstance(notif)
print time.ctime()
ObjCInstance( completionhandler).invoke()
# for some reason, the @? encoding for objcblocks is not working properly on 32 bit at least.. so just use pointer
application_handleActionWithIdentifier_forLocalNotification_completionHandler_.encoding='v@:@@@@'
handler=create_objc_class('handler',ObjCClass('PAAppDelegate'),[application_handleActionWithIdentifier_forLocalNotification_completionHandler_],[])
handler_obj=handler.new()
#hang on to old delegate, then monkey patch. this may not be robust!
retain_global(handler_obj)
def set_delegate():
olddelegate=app.delegate()
retain_global(olddelegate)
app.delegate=handler_obj
def do_notification(delay):
mynotification = UILocalNotification.new()
mynotification.alertBody = 'This is a notification. Swipe for options'
mynotification.fireDate = NSDate.dateWithTimeIntervalSinceNow_(delay)
mynotification.category = 'MY_CATEGORY'
#mynotification.repeatInterval = NSCalendarUnit.CalendarUnitMinute
app.scheduleLocalNotification_(mynotification)
import webbrowser
set_delegate()
do_notification(10)
webbrowser.open('safari-http://') # just to show the effect
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