Display notification dialog boxes and handle errors.
It can be important to let users know what's going on in your app, even when they're not actively using it. You can set up notifications that occur in response to a particular event on the device or in your app. For example, you can vibrate the device, flash the LED, play a sound, or take some other action when an event occurs.
To learn more about notifications and how to use them in your apps, visit the Notifications documentation.
- Notification -
A notification message that will trigger effects such as vibration, LED flashing, playing a sound, adding an entry to the Universal Inbox, instant preview, and so on.
- NotificationApplicationSettings -
Provides methods to read an application's persistent notification settings.
- NotificationDefaultApplicationSettings -
An application's default notification settings.
- NotificationDialog -
A notification that will be shown to the user using a dialog box.
- NotificationError -
The errors that can be returned by the Notification service.
- NotificationGlobalSettings -
Provides access to persistent global notification settings.
- NotificationMode -
The set of supported notification modes.
- NotificationPolicy -
A set of notification policy values.
- NotificationPriorityPolicy -
A set of notification priority policy values.
- NotificationResult -
The possible results of a UI request.
- NotificationSettingsError -
The possible Notification Settings errors.
- NotificationType -
The type of notifications.