A plugin for tracking notifications on the device. Works exclusively for Android.
notifications as a dependency in
For help on adding as a dependency, view the documentation.
Android: Register service in the manifest
The plugin uses an Android system service to track notifications.
To allow this service to run the following code should be put inside the Android manifest,
<service android:name="cachet.plugins.notifications.NotificationListener" android:label="notifications" android:permission="android.permission.BIND_NOTIFICATION_LISTENER_SERVICE"> <intent-filter> <action android:name="android.service.notification.NotificationListenerService" /> </intent-filter> </service>
Flutter: Listen to notification events
Notifications notifications = new Notifications(); StreamSubscription<NotificationEvent> events; events = notifications.stream.listen(onData);
onData() method handles the incoming
NotificationEvents. An example could be:
void onData(NotificationEvent event) => print(event.toString());
Every time a notification is registered a
NotificationEvent is received in Flutter, containing the following attributes:
packageName [String]: The name of the application which triggered the notification.
timeStamp [DateTime]: The timestamp at which the notification was received.
timeStampcan be converted to a unix timestamp using
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