The IBM Mobile App Messaging SDK provides mobile app developers with mobile app message handling and display capabilities for Android apps.
To quickly get started with basic mobile app messages in your Android app, see the following topics:
- Getting started with basic mobile app messages in Android apps that use Google Cloud Messaging (GCM)
- Getting started with basic mobile app messages in Android apps that use Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM)
A roadmap of the entire mobile app messaging process in Watson Campaign Automation is available at Roadmap: Mobile app messaging configuration process. To learn more about basic concepts of the IBM Mobile App Messaging SDK for Android, see the topics listed under Learn more.
After you have basic mobile app messaging operational, you can customize your build with advanced options. Tutorials provide end-to-end instructions about advanced mobile app messaging features. For information about common use cases, see Table 1, and for a complete list of tutorials, see the topics listed under Tutorials.
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- Roadmap: Mobile app messaging configuration process
- Implementing in-app messages
- Implementing inbox notifications
- Configuring the SDK for geofence and beacon integration
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- Accessing registration details
- Advanced Android push actions and action categories
- Advanced Mobile App Messaging attributes for Android
- Bundling notifications in a campaign with Android
- Configuring automatic plug-in detection
- Configuring expandable notifications
- Configuring notification preferences
- Creating silent notifications for Android apps
- Detecting the SDK on your Android app
- Mobile app messages for Android
- Modifying the SDK initialization control for alternate Android integration
- Receiving mobile app messages from outside the Watson Campaign Automation
- SDK media cache control in Android
- Simple notification click events and session tracking events for Android
- The AndroidManifest.xml file in the sample app
- Upgrading the in-app plug-in with version 18.104.22.168 of the Android SDK