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Customize the SDK default launching configuration
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Handling (A RENOMMER !)
Custom notification sounds
You can specify a custom sound, that iOS will play when it receives a local or remote notification for your app. For more details, you can consult Apple's documentation.
Remember that the default sound is played when:
- The sound file is not found.
- The sound is longer than 30 seconds.
- The data format is invalid. Accepted data formats are: aiff, wav, or caf.
To add the sound file to your project, you can simply drag and drop it to your resource folder. Make sure you check the box Copy items if needed.
In the Accengage dashboard, you can easily specify this sound when composing a push message by selecting "custom" in the sound section, and enter the file name with its extension (customsound.wav for instance).
Prefer a short file name.
Configure interactive notifications
Preventing notification display
Sometimes, it might be useful to prevent displaying push notifications, for various reasons : avoid displaying push notifications on top of ads, respecting user preferences etc...
Accengage provides you an option, but don't forget to deactivate it if need be!
You can prevent the display of any push notification by suspending the Push service :
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This will not affect In-App messages.
SILENT PUSH( ? )
Silent push notifications improve the user experience by giving you a way to wake up your app periodically so that it can refresh its data in the background.
To enable silent push in your Xcode project:
In the Project Navigator, select your project.
In the editor, select your iOS app target.
Select the Capabilities tab.
Enable the Background Modes capability.
Enable the Remote notifications background mode.
To enable silent push on the Accengage dashboard, tick the content available checkbox when configuring your push message.
Please bare in mind that APNs treats silent push notifications as low priority and may throttle their delivery altogether if the total number becomes excessive. The actual limits are dynamic and can change based on conditions, but try not to send more than a few notifications per hour.