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Android Studio – Complete Android Apps Tutorial – Generate a Notification – Day 22 – 9.09



Notification
 A service in the background uses notification to alert the user, e.g. email has been received  Appears in status bar  User can choose to let the device emits sounds and flashes the LED light when a notification is raised
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Generate a Notification
 Create a NotificationCompat.Builder object using the Android Support Package  Create a PendingIntent to start an Activity  Setup the Notification via the Builder  Access a NotificationManager instance and tell NotificationManager to display a notification, created via Builder.build
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Generate a Notification
NotificationCompat.Builder builder = new NotificationCompat.Builderthis; PendingIntent pi = PendingIntent.getActivitythis, 0, new Intentthis, MainActivity.class, 0; builder.setContentIntentpi;
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Setup a Notification
 setContentTitle – set the title in the notification drawer entry  setContentText – set the text in the notification drawer entry  setSmallIcon – set the icon to display in the status bar  Can be generated with New → Image Asset and choose Notification icons  setTicker – set the text to be displayed in the status bar for a brief moment 4
Setup a Notification
 setAutoCanceltrue – the notification will cancel if the user taps on the entry in the notification drawer  setDefaultsNotification.DEFAULT_ALL – alert user with the default tone, LED light flash and vibration  Requires permission for vibration: “android.permission.VIBRATE”
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Generate a Notification
builder.setContentTitlegetStringR.string.app_name; builder.setContentText”Database is updated”; builder.setContentIntentpi; builder.setTicker“Database is updated”; builder.setAutoCanceltrue; builder.setDefaultsNotification.DEFAULT_ALL;
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Setup a Notification
 setAutoCanceltrue – the notification will cancel if the user taps on the entry in the notification drawer  setDefaultsNotification.DEFAULT_ALL – alert user with the default tone, LED light flash and vibration  Requires permission for vibration: “android.permission.VIBRATE”
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Notification Manager
 Obtain an instance of NotificationManager  Call getSystemServiceNOTIFICATION_SERVICE and cast to NotificationManager  With an instance of NotificationManager, call  notify – to raise a notification with a particular ID  cancel – to stop a notification with a particular ID  cancelAll – to stop all notifications for the current App
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Notification Manager
NotificationManager mgr = NotificationManager getSystemServiceNOTIFICATION_SERVICE; mgr.notify0, builder.build;
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Notification on Android Wear
 Android Wear  A version of Android OS designed for smartwatches  Connected to Android phones/tablets running Android 4.3 or newer via the Android Wear App using Bluetooth  Standard Android App can take advantage of an Android Wear device via Notification without building an additional Wearable App
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Notification on Android Wear
 When an Android Wear smartwatch are connected to an Android phone or tablet, the phone automatically shares notifications with the smartwatch.  Each notification appears as a new card in the context stream. Add wearable-specific functionality to existing notifications to give better user experience
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Notification on Android Wear
 The v4 support library is required to create notifications using the latest notification features such as action buttons and large icons.  Create an instance of NotificationCompat.Builder.  Issue the notification by passing it to the notify method from an instance of the NotificationManager service in the Compatibility library.
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Notification on Android Wear
 Define the primary action by passing a PendingIntent to setContentIntent.  Add other actions by passing a PendingIntent to the addAction.  Use the NotificationCompat.WearableExtender class to specify wearable-specific options e.g. let users dictate a response with voice input.