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public class APNSMessage
The APNSMessage type exposes the following members
Gets and sets the property Action. The action that occurs if the user taps a push notification delivered by the campaign: OPEN_APP - Your app launches, or it becomes the foreground app if it has been sent to the background. This is the default action. DEEP_LINK - Uses deep linking features in iOS and Android to open your app and display a designated user interface within the app. URL - The default mobile browser on the user's device launches and opens a web page at the URL you specify. Possible values include: OPEN_APP | DEEP_LINK | URL
Gets and sets the property Badge. Include this key when you want the system to modify the badge of your app icon. If this key is not included in the dictionary, the badge is not changed. To remove the badge, set the value of this key to 0.
Gets and sets the property Body. The message body of the notification.
Gets and sets the property Category. Provide this key with a string value that represents the notification's type. This value corresponds to the value in the identifier property of one of your app's registered categories.
Gets and sets the property CollapseId. An ID that, if assigned to multiple messages, causes APNs to coalesce the messages into a single push notification instead of delivering each message individually. The value must not exceed 64 bytes. Amazon Pinpoint uses this value to set the apns-collapse-id request header when it sends the message to APNs.
Gets and sets the property Data. The data payload used for a silent push. This payload is added to the notifications' data.pinpoint.jsonBody' object
Gets and sets the property MediaUrl. The URL that points to a video used in the push notification.
Gets and sets the property PreferredAuthenticationMethod. The preferred authentication method, either "CERTIFICATE" or "TOKEN"
Gets and sets the property Priority. The message priority. Amazon Pinpoint uses this value to set the apns-priority request header when it sends the message to APNs. Accepts the following values:"5" - Low priority. Messages might be delayed, delivered in groups, and throttled."10" - High priority. Messages are sent immediately. High priority messages must cause an alert, sound, or badge on the receiving device.The default value is "10".The equivalent values for FCM or GCM messages are "normal" and "high". Amazon Pinpoint accepts these values for APNs messages and converts them.For more information about the apns-priority parameter, see Communicating with APNs in the APNs Local and Remote Notification Programming Guide.
Gets and sets the property RawContent. The Raw JSON formatted string to be used as the payload. This value overrides the message.
Gets and sets the property SilentPush. Indicates if the message should display on the users device. Silent pushes can be used for Remote Configuration and Phone Home use cases.
Gets and sets the property Sound. Include this key when you want the system to play a sound. The value of this key is the name of a sound file in your app's main bundle or in the Library/Sounds folder of your app's data container. If the sound file cannot be found, or if you specify defaultfor the value, the system plays the default alert sound.
Gets and sets the property Substitutions. Default message substitutions. Can be overridden by individual address substitutions.
Gets and sets the property ThreadId. Provide this key with a string value that represents the app-specific identifier for grouping notifications. If you provide a Notification Content app extension, you can use this value to group your notifications together.
Gets and sets the property TimeToLive. The length of time (in seconds) that APNs stores and attempts to deliver the message. If the value is 0, APNs does not store the message or attempt to deliver it more than once. Amazon Pinpoint uses this value to set the apns-expiration request header when it sends the message to APNs.
Gets and sets the property Title. The message title that displays above the message on the user's device.
Gets and sets the property Url. The URL to open in the user's mobile browser. Used if the value for Action is URL.
Supported in: 1.3
Supported in: 4.5, 4.0, 3.5
Portable Class Library:
Supported in: Windows Store Apps
Supported in: Windows Phone 8.1
Supported in: Xamarin Android
Supported in: Xamarin iOS (Unified)
Supported in: Xamarin.Forms