Receiving a notification

  • In app message

    In app message will be displayed as default Alert Dialog. Because it’s created from application context without any theme, they’ll be probably a necessary for style this Dialog to match your app style.

  • In app dialog buttons

    If you pass a link parameter to in app push data, then in app dialog will show two buttons

    • negative to dismiss dialog with @string/user_com_in_app_message_close_button text
    • positive with text from action_button_title parameter

    If link parameter will be empty then only positive button with action_button_title text will be displayed.

    To change default “Close” button just override specific string in values/strings.xml.

    <string name="user_com_in_app_message_close_button">Dismiss</string>
  • Stylize in app dialog

    To change positive button color override user_com_in_app_message_dialog_positive color in values/colors.xml:

    <color name="user_com_in_app_message_dialog_positive">@color/accent</color>

    Remember to pass color explicit without using ?attr value.

    You can also style in app dialog overriding one of below styles using by User.com SDK:

    • User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Positive - positive button style
    • <style name="User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Positive" parent="Widget.AppCompat.Button.ButtonBar.AlertDialog">
          <item name="android:textColor">@color/user_com_in_app_message_dialog_positive</item>
      </style>
    • User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Negative - negative (Close) button style
    • <style name="User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Negative" parent="Widget.AppCompat.Button.ButtonBar.AlertDialog">
          <item name="android:textColor">?android:textColorSecondary</item>
      </style>
    • User.com.InApp.Dialog - a whole in app dialog style
    • <style name="User.com.InApp.Dialog" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.Dialog.Alert">
          <item name="buttonBarPositiveButtonStyle">@style/User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Positive</item>
          <item name="buttonBarNegativeButtonStyle">@style/User.com.InApp.Dialog.Button.Negative</item>
      </style>
  • Chrome Custom Tabs

    If In App Message contains link parameter and user click on positive Dialog button then he will be redirected to the browser. By default it will be Chrome Custom Tabs that you can customize to match your app style by invoke a UserCom.Builder.setCustomTabsBuilder(CustomTabsIntent.Builder) function:

    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        …
        new UserCom.Builder(…)
                .setCustomTabsBuilder(getCustomTabsBuilder())
                .build();
    }
    
    private static CustomTabsIntent.Builder getCustomTabsBuilder() {
        CustomTabsIntent.Builder builder = new CustomTabsIntent.Builder();
        builder.setToolbarColor(Color.GREEN);
        return builder;
    }
  • You can also disable this feature permanently using UserCom.Builder.openLinksInChromeCustomTabs(boolean) method:

    UserCom.Builder(…).openLinksInChromeCustomTabs(false).build();