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#import "AppDelegate.h"
#import "UGClient.h"
@implementation AppDelegate
UGClient * usergridClient;
// The following values must be changed to the organization, application, and notifier
// to match the names that you've created on the App Services platform. Be sure that
// the application you use allows Guest access (eg. sandbox) - or that you have the device
// log in to App Services.
// Also ensure that you update the Bundle Identifier and Provisioning Profile in the project Build Settings.
// You will need to set the "Code Signing Identity" options for "Debug" to your Provisioning Profile.
NSString * orgName = @"scottganyo";
NSString * appName = @"pushtest";
NSString * notifier = @"apple";
NSString * baseURL = @"";
- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
NSLog(@"setting up app services connection");
// connect and login to App Services
usergridClient = [[UGClient alloc]initWithOrganizationId: orgName withApplicationID: appName baseURL: baseURL];
[usergridClient setLogging:true]; //comment out to remove debug output from the console window
// it's not necessary to explicitly login to App Services if the Guest role allows access
// NSLog(@"logging in user");
// [usergridClient logInUser: userName password: password];
// Register for Push Notifications with Apple
NSLog(@"registering for remove notifications");
[application registerForRemoteNotificationTypes: UIRemoteNotificationTypeBadge |
UIRemoteNotificationTypeAlert |
NSLog(@"done launching");
return YES;
- (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:(NSData *)newDeviceToken
// register device token with App Services (will create the Device entity if it doesn't exist)
NSLog(@"registering token with app services");
UGClientResponse *response = [usergridClient setDevicePushToken: newDeviceToken forNotifier: notifier];
// you could use this if you log in as an app services user to associate the Device to your User
// if (response.transactionState == kUGClientResponseSuccess) {
// response = [self connectEntities: @"users" connectorID: @"me" type: @"devices" connecteeID: deviceId];
// }
if (response.transactionState != kUGClientResponseSuccess) {
[self alert: response.rawResponse title: @"Error"];
- (void)application:(UIApplication*)application didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:(NSError*)error
[self alert: error.localizedDescription title: @"Error"];
- (void)sendMyselfAPushNotification:(NSString *)message
NSString *deviceId = [UGClient getUniqueDeviceID];
NSString *thisDevice = [@"devices/" stringByAppendingString: deviceId];
UGClientResponse *response = [usergridClient pushAlert: message
withSound: @"chime"
to: thisDevice
usingNotifier: notifier];
if (response.transactionState != kUGClientResponseSuccess) {
[self alert: response.rawResponse title: @"Error"];
- (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didReceiveRemoteNotification:(NSDictionary *)userInfo
// Received a push notification from the server
// Only pop alert if applicationState is active (if not, the user already saw the alert)
if (application.applicationState == UIApplicationStateActive)
NSString * message = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"Text:\n%@",
[[userInfo objectForKey:@"aps"] objectForKey:@"alert"]];
[self alert: message title: @"Remote Notification"];
- (void)alert:(NSString *)message title:(NSString *)title
NSLog(@"displaying alert. title: %@, message: %@", title, message);
UIAlertView *alertView = [[UIAlertView alloc]
initWithTitle: title
message: message
delegate: self
cancelButtonTitle: @"OK"
otherButtonTitles: nil];
[alertView show];