Adobe Experience Platform (AEP) Messaging Extension is an extension for the Adobe Experience Platform Swift SDK.
The AEPMessaging extension enables the following workflows:
For further information about Adobe SDKs, visit the developer documentation.
For installation instructions, visit the Getting started guide.
Additional documentation for SDK usage and configuration can be found in the Documentation directory.
A comprehensive tutorial for getting started with In-app messaging can be found here.
|AEPCore Extensions||The AEPCore and AEPServices represent the foundation of the Adobe Experience Platform SDK.|
|AEPEdge Extension||The AEPEdge extension allows you to send data to the Adobe Experience Platform (AEP) from a mobile application.|
|AEPEdgeIdentity Extension||The AEPEdgeIdentity enables handling of user identity data from a mobile app when using the AEPEdge extension.|
|AEP SDK Sample App for iOS||Contains iOS sample apps for the AEP SDK. Apps are provided for both Objective-C and Swift implementations.|
Looking to contribute to this project? Please review our Contributing guidelines prior to opening a pull request.
We look forward to working with you!
The first time you clone or download the project, you should run the following from the root directory to setup the environment:
Subsequently, you can make sure your environment is updated by running the following:
Open the workspace in Xcode by running the following command from the root directory of the repository:
You can run all the test suites from command line:
This project is licensed under the Apache V2 License. See LICENSE for more information.
|Last commit: 5 hours ago|
handleNotificationResponsewith parameters UNNotificationResponse and an optional callback the returns
handleNotificationResponsewith parameters UNNotificationResponse, applicationOpened, and customActionId.
handleNotificationResponseto stop sending tracking hits to edge servers when the notification does not contain tracking information.