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react-native-push-notification

React Native Push Notifications

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React Native Local and Remote Notifications for iOS and Android

Supported React Native Versions

Component Version RN Versions README
1.0.7 <= 0.27 Open
1.0.8 0.28 Open
2.0.1 0.29 Open
2.0.2 0.30, 0.31, 0.32 Open
>= 2.1.0 >= 0.33 Open

Installation

npm install --save react-native-push-notification

react-native link

NOTE: For Android, you will still have to manually update the AndroidManifest.xml (as below) in order to use Scheduled Notifications.

Issues

Having a problem? Read the troubleshooting guide before raising an issue.

Pull Requests

Please read...

iOS manual Installation

The component uses PushNotificationIOS for the iOS part.

Please see: PushNotificationIOS

Android manual Installation

NOTE: To use a specific play-service-gcm version, use in your android/app/build.gradle (change 8.1.0 for your version):

...
 
dependencies {
    ...
 
    compile project(':react-native-push-notification')
    compile ('com.google.android.gms:play-services-gcm:8.1.0') {
        force = true;
    }
}

In your AndroidManifest.xml

    .....
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WAKE_LOCK" />
    <permission
        android:name="${applicationId}.permission.C2D_MESSAGE"
        android:protectionLevel="signature" />
    <uses-permission android:name="${applicationId}.permission.C2D_MESSAGE" />
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.VIBRATE" />
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED"/>
 
    <application ....>
        <receiver
            android:name="com.google.android.gms.gcm.GcmReceiver"
            android:exported="true"
            android:permission="com.google.android.c2dm.permission.SEND" >
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="com.google.android.c2dm.intent.RECEIVE" />
                <category android:name="${applicationId}" />
            </intent-filter>
        </receiver>
 
        <receiver android:name="com.dieam.reactnativepushnotification.modules.RNPushNotificationPublisher" />
        <receiver android:name="com.dieam.reactnativepushnotification.modules.RNPushNotificationBootEventReceiver">
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED" />
            </intent-filter>
        </receiver>
        <service android:name="com.dieam.reactnativepushnotification.modules.RNPushNotificationRegistrationService"/>
        <service
            android:name="com.dieam.reactnativepushnotification.modules.RNPushNotificationListenerService"
            android:exported="false" >
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="com.google.android.c2dm.intent.RECEIVE" />
            </intent-filter>
        </service>
     .....
 

In android/settings.gradle

...
 
include ':react-native-push-notification'
project(':react-native-push-notification').projectDir = file('../node_modules/react-native-push-notification/android')

Manually register module in MainApplication.java (if you did not use react-native link):

import com.dieam.reactnativepushnotification.ReactNativePushNotificationPackage;  // <--- Import Package 
 
public class MainApplication extends Application implements ReactApplication {
 
  private final ReactNativeHost mReactNativeHost = new ReactNativeHost(this) {
      @Override
      protected boolean getUseDeveloperSupport() {
        return BuildConfig.DEBUG;
      }
 
      @Override
      protected List<ReactPackage> getPackages() {
 
      return Arrays.<ReactPackage>asList(
          new MainReactPackage(),
          new ReactNativePushNotificationPackage() // <---- Add the Package 
      );
    }
  };
 
  ....
}

Usage

var PushNotification = require('react-native-push-notification');
 
PushNotification.configure({
 
    // (optional) Called when Token is generated (iOS and Android)
    onRegister: function(token) {
        console.log( 'TOKEN:', token );
    },
 
    // (required) Called when a remote or local notification is opened or received
    onNotification: function(notification) {
        console.log( 'NOTIFICATION:', notification );
    },
 
    // ANDROID ONLY: GCM Sender ID (optional - not required for local notifications, but is need to receive remote push notifications)
    senderID: "YOUR GCM SENDER ID",
 
    // IOS ONLY (optional): default: all - Permissions to register.
    permissions: {
        alert: true,
        badge: true,
        sound: true
    },
 
    // Should the initial notification be popped automatically
    // default: true
    popInitialNotification: true,
 
    /**
      * (optional) default: true
      * - Specified if permissions (ios) and token (android and ios) will requested or not,
      * - if not, you must call PushNotificationsHandler.requestPermissions() later
      */
    requestPermissions: true,
});

Handling Notifications

When any notification is opened or received the callback onNotification is called passing an object with the notification data.

Notification object example:

{
    foreground: false, // BOOLEAN: If the notification was received in foreground or not
    userInteraction: false, // BOOLEAN: If the notification was opened by the user from the notification area or not
    message: 'My Notification Message', // STRING: The notification message
    data: {}, // OBJECT: The push data
}

Local Notifications

PushNotification.localNotification(details: Object)

EXAMPLE:

PushNotification.localNotification({
    /* Android Only Properties */
    id: '0', // (optional) Valid unique 32 bit integer specified as string. default: Autogenerated Unique ID
    ticker: "My Notification Ticker", // (optional)
    autoCancel: true, // (optional) default: true
    largeIcon: "ic_launcher", // (optional) default: "ic_launcher"
    smallIcon: "ic_notification", // (optional) default: "ic_notification" with fallback for "ic_launcher"
    bigText: "My big text that will be shown when notification is expanded", // (optional) default: "message" prop
    subText: "This is a subText", // (optional) default: none
    color: "red", // (optional) default: system default
    vibrate: true, // (optional) default: true
    vibration: 300, // vibration length in milliseconds, ignored if vibrate=false, default: 1000
    tag: 'some_tag', // (optional) add tag to message
    group: "group", // (optional) add group to message
    ongoing: false, // (optional) set whether this is an "ongoing" notification
 
    /* iOS only properties */
    alertAction: // (optional) default: view
    category: // (optional) default: null
    userInfo: // (optional) default: null (object containing additional notification data)
 
    /* iOS and Android properties */
    title: "My Notification Title", // (optional, for iOS this is only used in apple watch, the title will be the app name on other iOS devices)
    message: "My Notification Message", // (required)
    playSound: false, // (optional) default: true
    soundName: 'default', // (optional) Sound to play when the notification is shown. Value of 'default' plays the default sound. It can be set to a custom sound such as 'android.resource://com.xyz/raw/my_sound'. It will look for the 'my_sound' audio file in 'res/raw' directory and play it. default: 'default' (default sound is played)
    number: '10', // (optional) Valid 32 bit integer specified as string. default: none (Cannot be zero)
    repeatType: 'day', // (Android only) Repeating interval. Could be one of `week`, `day`, `hour`, `minute, `time`. If specified as time, it should be accompanied by one more parameter 'repeatTime` which should the number of milliseconds between each interval
    actions: '["Yes", "No"]',  // (Android only) See the doc for notification actions to know more
});

Scheduled Notifications

PushNotification.localNotificationSchedule(details: Object)

EXAMPLE:

PushNotification.localNotificationSchedule({
  message: "My Notification Message", // (required)
  date: new Date(Date.now() + (60 * 1000)) // in 60 secs
});

Custom sounds

In android, add your custom sound file to [project_root]/android/app/src/main/res/raw

In iOS, add your custom sound file to the project Resources in xCode.

In the location notification json specify the full file name:

soundName: 'my_sound.mp3'

Cancelling notifications

1) cancelLocalNotifications

PushNotification.cancelLocalNotifications(details);

The the details parameter allows you to specify a userInfo dictionary that can be used to match one or more scheduled notifications. Each matched notification is cancelled and its alerts removed from the notification centre. The RN docs suggest this is an optional parameter, but it is not.

PushNotification.cancelLocalNotifications({id: '123'});

2) cancelAllLocalNotifications

PushNotification.cancelAllLocalNotifications()

Cancels all scheduled notifications AND clears the notifications alerts that are in the notification centre.

NOTE: there is currently no api for removing specific notification alerts from the notification centre.

Repeating Notifications

(Android only) Specify repeatType and optionally repeatTime while scheduling the local notification. Check the local notification example above.

For iOS, the repeating notification should land soon. It has already been merged to the master

Notification Actions

(Android only) Refer to this issue to see an example of a notification action.

Two things are required to setup notification actions.

1) Specify notification actions for a notification

This is done by specifying an actions parameters while configuring the local notification. This is an array of strings where each string is a notificaiton action that will be presented with the notification.

For e.g. actions: '["Accept", "Reject"]' // Must be in string format

The array itself is specified in string format to circumvent some problems because of the way JSON arrays are handled by react-native android bridge.

2) Specify handlers for the notification actions

For each action specified in the actions field, we need to add a handler that is called when the user clicks on the action. This can be done in the componentWillMount of your main app file or in a separate file which is imported in your main app file. Notification actions handlers can be configured as below:

import PushNotificationAndroid from 'react-native-push-notification'

(function() {
  // Register all the valid actions for notifications here and add the action handler for each action
  PushNotificationAndroid.registerNotificationActions(['Accept','Reject','Yes','No']);
  DeviceEventEmitter.addListener('notificationActionReceived', function(action){
    console.log ('Notification action received: ' + action);
    const info = JSON.parse(action.dataJSON);
    if (info.action == 'Accept') {
      // Do work pertaining to Accept action here
    } else if (info.action == 'Reject') {
      // Do work pertaining to Reject action here
    }
    // Add all the required actions handlers
  });
})();

For iOS, you can use this package to add notification actions.

Set application badge icon

PushNotification.setApplicationIconBadgeNumber(number: number)

Works natively in iOS.

Uses the ShortcutBadger on Android, and as such will not work on all Android devices.

Sending Notification Data From Server

Same parameters as PushNotification.localNotification()

iOS Only Methods

PushNotification.checkPermissions(callback: Function) Check permissions

PushNotification.getApplicationIconBadgeNumber(callback: Function) get badge number

PushNotification.abandonPermissions() Abandon permissions