I want to handle creating my own notification when receiving a new push event, but the pushwoosh android sdk doesn't have any events hooks or any other way to let the client handle creating a notification. Basically I want to override the handling of onMessage(Context, Intent) in PushGCMIntentService.class and do my own thing. Is there some way to do this currently that I couldn't find? If not can this be added to the android sdk?

asked 10 Jun '14, 03:41
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Hello,

Actually, it is possible, you can simply create your own push intent service. Please see this post for details.

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answered 10 Jun '14, 08:13
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Dmitry Dyudeev
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Thanks so much. Exactly what I need! Would have been nice if this was in the documentation, but I understand why it is not. Thanks again!

(10 Jun '14, 14:58) gordokyl gordokyl's gravatar image

You are most welcome!

We are actually planning to add this information to our guides in the nearest future, working on it right at the moment!

(11 Jun '14, 05:18) Dmitry Dyudeev Dmitry%20%20Dyudeev's gravatar image
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