Handling button clicks

Implementation required for interactive mobile push notifications

With the push category capability you can add multiple buttons to your messages. It's then required to handle different buttons clicks. It could be done using our message response handler.

iOS

XPush.registerContinousMessageResponseHandler({(_ response: XPMessageResponse, _ callback: XPMessageCompletionBlock) -> Void in
        if response.action.type == XPActionType_Click {
            //like button which runs in background
            if(response.action.identifier == "like"){
                likeArticle(response.message.data["articleId"])
            } 
 
            //View button which runs in foreground
            else if(response.action.identifier == "view"){
                openArticle(response.message.data["articleId"])
            }
        }
           
        //if nothing to be done
        completionHandler()
 })
[XPush registerMessageResponseHandlerWithCompletion:^(XPMessageResponse * _Nonnull x, XPMessageCompletionBlock  _Nonnull completionHandler) {
    if (response.action.type == XPActionType_Click) {
        switch (response.action.identifier) {
            // Like button which runs in background
            case "like": 
                // Like article asynchronously and call completionHandler when finished
                [self likeArticle: response.message.data[@"articleId"] completionHandler: completionHandler];
                return;

            // View button which runs in foreground
            case "view":
                // Navigate to the article page
                [self openArticle: response.message.data[@"articleId"]];
                completionHandler();
                return;
        }
    }

    // If nothing to be done
    completionHandler();
}];

Android

Implement the MessageResponseListener in your Application.java class

public class YOUR_APPLICATION_CLASS extends Application implements MessageResponseListener {
@Override
    public void messageResponseReceived(Message messagePayload,
                                        HashMap<String, String> responsePayload,
                                        WeakReference uiReference) {

        if(responsePayload.get("responseType").equals("click")){
            switch (responsePayload.get("action")){
                // Like button which runs in background
                case "like":
                    //like article asynchronously
                    likeArticle(messagePayload.data.get("articleId"));
                    break;
                // View button which runs in foreground
                case "view":
                    //navigate to article page
                    //note, uiReference and uiReference.get() need to checked to ensure
                    //   they are not null
                    goToArticle(uiReference, messagePayload.data.get("articleId"));
                    break;
            }
        }
    }

Then add the setMessageResponseListener option to your initialisation of the PushConnector:

new PushConnector.Builder(XPUSH_APP_KEY, GOOGLE_PROJECT_NUMBER)
            .setMessageResponseListener(this)
            ...
            .create(this);

Updated 4 months ago


Handling button clicks


Implementation required for interactive mobile push notifications

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