Push Notification Services for Developer Testing: ON

061841-push_425

Apple notified developers yesterday that Push notifications have been turned on and that iPhone developers can now start testing their applications with the service.

Start testing your applications using the Apple Push Notification service today. Log in to the iPhone Dev Center and review the Apple Push Notification Programming Guide and Getting Started video



The Push Notification service is Apple’s substitute for background processes and was originally planned for a September 2008 release. Apple announced in March that they would finally be delivering the service alongside iPhone 3.0 which is due this summer.

This system allows iPhone applications to receive updates while they are not actively running. Apple has claimed that allowing background processes on the current iPhone would sacrifice too much battery power for it to be practical.

[via MacRumors]



LATEST ARTICLES



SUPPORT

We don't think that using an adblocker = piracy. That's simply not true. We use and recommend uBlock Origin.

However, as a small non-corporate website, we would appreciate it if you'd consider whitelisting FSM in your adblock of choice.

Alternatively, consider donating using the options below....

PayPal  
Monero (XMR) 43GnqUNJrTi9QyL7kEH8vM8pgWGCE6bjv1FSRipeNMM4TTeNnUVsRBb6MfMpQYxtLE7ReonxVVSXz2rFCEdW5H11LC3x73b
Bitcoin (BTC) 1Hfuq77gKKFJeNcq4EP4dQK3yDRWrFEwJR
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) qzmdm6e6q5wf2p6sxz2mst7cenz60newwc5m4e9js8
Ether (ETH) 0x5f02869278C24A6579d3820f52AD15936D6F9d69
Stellar (XLM) GDWT2QU2CI3GZ5XH5DTSU3IUAHZMTB6VQKKRHBYWS5YCCQOAG6OKG2OB
More content?  
Ads Blocker Image Powered by Code Help Pro

Congrats on using an adblocker. We mean it.

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker or whitelist us.

Thank you! ❤️