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import { Notifications } from 'expo';
import { AppState, Platform } from 'react-native';
import { Component } from 'react';
const isIos = Platform.OS === 'ios';
export class NotificationHandler extends Component {
state = {
appState: AppState.current
};
handleNotification = async (notification = {}) => {
console.log('incoming push messsage', notification);
const { origin, data = {} } = notification;
const isAppActive = this.state.appState === 'active';
//ios does not show push notification when app in foreground
if (isIos && isAppActive) {
return //do something appropriate as the app is in foreground
}
if (origin === 'selected') {
//user pressed the notification, do something based on that.
}
};
handleAppState = nextAppState => {
this.setState({ appState: nextAppState });
};
async componentWillUnmount () {
(await this._notificationSubscription) &&
this._notificationSubscription.remove();
AppState.removeEventListener('change', this.handleAppState);
}
async componentDidMount () {
this._notificationSubscription = await Notifications.addListener(
this.handleNotification
);
AppState.addEventListener('change', this.handleAppState);
}
render () {
return null;
}
}
export default NotificationHandler;
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tigpalmas commented Mar 10, 2021

Hi, im facing the same problem of handle notification when app is closed but was not abble to use this code. Could you provide me e full example how did you use this class ? Thank you so much.

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Ajju2211 commented Jul 4, 2021

yeah, same I'm not able to run this code.Could you please provide example project link.

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