Windows Phone Push Notification using App42 Mobile Backend as a Service

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Push Notification enables you to send an event update or an alert to your App users even when they are offline to the App. App42 cross platform solution uses MPNS( Microsoft Push Notification Service) …

Push Notification enables you to send an event update or an alert to your App users even when they are offline to the App. App42 cross platform solution uses MPNS( Microsoft Push Notification Service) to send Push Notification on WP devices. This presentation will help you integrate App42 Push Notification Service on Windows Phone App. Check out our website http://www.shephertz.com

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  • 1. Push Notification Service
  • 2. Push Notifications Message Pop-Up Increase User Engagement Latest Updates Calendar Events
  • 3. Benefits of Push Notification Increases user-engagement e.g. In a turn-based game like Tic-Tac-Toe, it can notify a user of his turn (suppose he gets a phone call in between and forgets that he was playing!!) Allows to send messages to users even when the app is not running; thus helps in reminding them of your App Helps to build a fan community around your game by pushing to a targeted audience – like your regular gamers Allows an App to notify its users of new events without needing to actually open it, i.e. by a sound or a screen pop up
  • 4. App42 Push Notification supports Coming Soon!! &
  • 5. Why App42 Push Notification? Our Push Notification API can be used to send crossplatform push messages to devices running on iOS, Android and Windows Phone with a single API call No infrastructure & scalability worries • Send Image/Text/URLs text-based Push Notifications • Send messages in Channel Subscription Mode • Send Scheduled Push as per Time-Zone Push Analytics • Analyze your Push Campaign with App42 Analytics • Evaluate the number of Push messages sent, delivered and opened.
  • 6. Creating a channel & scheduling Push messages through AppHQ
  • 7. Push Analytics A very useful feature that can track:  How many Push Notifications were sent from your side  How many were delivered, and  Push Notification Campaign How many users opened the message 31% 100% Sent Delivered Opened These analytics can be viewed from our AppHQ console. 74% Why Push Analytics? When you use our Push Notification Service, each Push goes from the App42 server to GCM/APNS/MPNS and then to the user device. • Delivery of Push Notification is not guaranteed even from the service provider • Once delivered, there might be a chance that user just clears it without opening the message Thus, Analytics gives you a better insight of your Push Notification campaign.
  • 8. Integrating with Windows
  • 9. 3 easy steps Create your notification channel URL and pass that to your custom (cloud) service.* Register your app for toast notification.* Save this channel URL with App42 using store device token.* * http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/Implementing-Push-Notifications-in-Windows-Phone-7.aspx
  • 10. Subscribe device to Push Notification 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 String userName = "Nick" ; String deviceToken = "http://sn1.notify.live.net/xxxxxxx/01.00/xxxxxxxxxxx"; App42Callback requestCallback = this; /* This function used the App42Callback interface */ ServiceAPI api = new ServiceAPI("<API_KEY>","<SECRET_KEY>"); PushnotificationService pushnotificationService = api.BuildPushnotificationService(); pushnotificationService.StoreDeviceToken(userName, deviceToken, requestCallback); OnSucess(Object obj) { PushNotification push = (PushNotification) obj; String jsonResponse = push.ToString(); } public class CallBack : App42Callback { public override void OnSuccess(Object obj) { PushNotification push = (PushNotification) obj; //Do whatever you want with the object } public override void OnException(App42Exception e) { //Do whatever you want with the exception } }
  • 11. Sending a message through AppHQ console
  • 12. IT IS THAT SIMPLE!!!
  • 13. Some useful links Getting Started: Downloads: Quick Start Guide App42 Cloud SDKs Sign-up for Free App 42 Modules Game Development Center Blogs: Concepts: Why BaaS? Backend as a Service Push Notification for iOS Massive Multiplayer Gaming Engine Push Notification for Android App Analytics Real-time Multiplayer Games using Unity3D Integrating Facebook in your Android App Products: Making a Turn-based Game App42 Cloud APIs - BaaS Using Query Interface AppWarp – Multiplayer Gaming Engine When to use NoSQL? AppHQ – Management Console Add ‘Social’ to your Game AppHawk – Project Management Tool AppClay – Custom App Builder
  • 14. Links for Reference : http://www.shephertz.com http://api.shephertz.com http://appwarp.shephertz.com http://app42paas.shephertz.com Contact: sales@shephertz.com Skype: ShepHertz Follow us on: