I followed the instructions, listening for an event listener for:

document.addEventListener('push-notification', function(event) { //get the notification payload

                                console.log("GOT A PUSH");

                            });

The issue is it doesn't seem to be firing when the application is running. In that I am watching the system log, and after I sent a push notification out I see it run:

<warning>: To urL https://cp.pushwoosh.com/json/1.3/setBadge <warning>: Response "200 no error": string: "status_code":200,"status_message":"OK","response":null}

So I can see the plugin is working. But it doesn't seem to be firing off the push-notification event. Any ideas? I'm using Intel XDK and this is on ios 8.

asked 15 Dec '14, 22:56
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studiocypher
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  1. Do you see push token in logs?
  2. Do you see device registered in control panel (subscribers number increased)?
  3. What does push status say?
  4. Make sure Gateway match the Certificate (Sandbox for Developer build, Production for AdHoc)
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answered 16 Dec '14, 09:31
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  1. Yes
  2. Yes
  3. Push status is 200 okay
  4. Yes

The thing is, when I close the app, I can see the push in my notifications. When the app is OPEN I see the app react to the push by sending setBadge back to the server. It's just that the 'push-notification' event doesn't seem to be firing.

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answered 16 Dec '14, 15:18
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Does it work when you start the app by tapping push notification in the notification center?

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