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Android Push Notifications

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Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session: The short presentation on Android push notifications provides an overview of the options available to push notifications from a server to an application running on an Android mobile device.

Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session

If you missed the premiere of one of our virtual tech summits you'll still be able to view these sessions. This video originally premiered in our Cloud Development Summit March 9, 2011.

Abstract

Push notifications make it possible to send data to an Android device as soon as it is available. Prior to Android 2.2 the push notification options were limited. With the emergence of C2DM and newer alternatives push notifications in Android is becoming widely available. The presentation provides an overview on the available options.

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QuestionThe way of sending message Pin
Member 80417572-Jan-12 0:42
memberMember 80417572-Jan-12 0:42 
QuestionWhat if Client App not running? Pin
jmacdona8-Dec-11 8:00
memberjmacdona8-Dec-11 8:00 
What happens to a message that gets sent to a device if the receiving app is not currently running? Will the message get queued? Or will Android start the app so it can receive the message?

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