Instance Method

didReceiveRemoteNotification(_:)

Tells the delegate that a remote notification arrived.

Declaration

optional func didReceiveRemoteNotification(_ userInfo: [AnyHashable : Any])

Parameters

userInfo

The remote notification dictionary. The contents of the dictionary correspond to the contents of the notification payload and are organized in the same way. For information about the contents of the remote notification payload, see Local and Remote Notification Programming Guide.

Discussion

If a remote notification arrives while your app is active, WatchKit calls this method to deliver the notification payload. Use this method to respond to the notification. For example, you might use this method to update your app’s interface or display a message to the user.

WatchKit may call this method multiple times. If a new remote notification with the same category arrives while your app is active, WatchKit calls the method again with the new payload.

See Also

Deprecated Methods

func didReceive(UILocalNotification)

Tells the delegate that a local notification was triggered.

Deprecated
func handleAction(withIdentifier: String?, forRemoteNotification: [AnyHashable : Any])

Delivers a remote notification payload and a user-selected action to the app.

Deprecated
func handleAction(withIdentifier: String?, forRemoteNotification: [AnyHashable : Any], withResponseInfo: [AnyHashable : Any])

Delivers a remote notification payload and user response information to the app.

Deprecated
func handleAction(withIdentifier: String?, for: UILocalNotification)

Delivers a local notification payload and a user-selected action to the app.

Deprecated
func handleAction(withIdentifier: String?, for: UILocalNotification, withResponseInfo: [AnyHashable : Any])

Delivers a local notification payload and user response information to the app.

Deprecated