LocalNotification QML Type

Triggers in-app notifications. More...

Import Statement: import ArcGIS.AppFramework.Notifications.Local 1.0




Detailed Description

The LocalNotification plugin provides the ability to implement in-app notification to end users, including alerts, messages or geotification. When the notification is triggered on the client device, the notification icon appears in the notification bar. This notification icon is the same as the application's icon.

This code sample demonstrates usage of LocalNotification, scheduling a message to appear ten seconds after a button has been pressed.

Item {
        LocalNotification {
                id: notification
                onTriggered: {
                        console.log("Triggered ID: ", id)

        Button {
                anchors.horizontalCenter: parent.horizontalCenter
                text: "Schedule Notification"

                onClicked: {
                        console.log(notification.schedule("Message Title", "Message Contents", 10000))

Property Documentation

[read-only] supported : bool

Returns true if the device supports local notifications.

Signal Documentation

triggered( object id)

Signal emitted when the local notification is triggered.

Method Documentation

bool clear(identifier)

Clears the pending notification defined by the object identifier from the list of scheduled notifications.

The identifier parameter

The ID of the notificatio to clear.


Clears all pending and active notifications from the app. For iOS apps, also clears badge numbers.

object schedule(title, string message)

The title parameter

The message parameter

object schedule(title, string message, int timeInMilliSeconds)

Schedules the notification with the defined title, message and time until appearing, and returns the object ID of the notification.

The title parameter

The title of the message as a string value.

The message parameter

The content of the message as a string value.

The timeInMilliSeconds parameter

Time after which the notification will appear on the device, in milliseconds.

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