MAUI Dotnet

Integrate Pushwoosh SDK for .NET 7.0 in your MAUI project

SDK integration

1. Add Pushwoosh.DotNet Nuget package to both Android and iOS projects:

2. Accept licenses for transitive Android dependencies if required:

3. Configure your project in Firebase Console.

4. Add google-services.json to the root of your Android platform directory. Set GoogleServicesJson build action for this file:

5. Add the following lines before declaring namespace in your MainActivity.cs (XXXXX-XXXXX here is your Pushwoosh Application ID):

[assembly: MetaData("com.pushwoosh.appid", Value = "XXXXX-XXXXX")]
[assembly: MetaData("com.pushwoosh.senderid", Value = "@string/fcm_sender_id")]

6. In your MainActivity.cs override OnCreate() method and call PushManager.Init(); after base.OnCreate(savedInstanceState);

using Pushwoosh.Android;
public class MainActivity : MauiAppCompatActivity
    protected override void OnCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState)

7. In your Android project, find the Resources/values/strings.xml file or create it. Add your Sender ID string there:

<string name="fcm_sender_id">YOUR_SENDER_ID</string> 

8. Make the following changes in the AppDelegate.cs of your iOS project:

8.1. In the beginning of the FinishedLaunching method, put the following line: PushManager.Init();

8.2. Add these methods to the AppDelegate (MauiUIApplicationDelegate class does not export these methods by default, so you have to do it manually):

    public void DidReceiveRemoteNotification(UIKit.UIApplication application, NSDictionary userInfo, Action<UIKit.UIBackgroundFetchResult> completionHandler)

    public void RegisteredForRemoteNotifications(UIKit.UIApplication application, NSData deviceToken)

    public void FailedToRegisterForRemoteNotifications(UIKit.UIApplication application, NSError error)

9. In the Info.plist, change the Pushwoosh_APPID value to your Pushwoosh Application Code. You can find it in your Control Panel:

10. In the cross-platform part of App.xaml.cs, add the registration to onStart method:

using PushwooshSDK.DotNet.Core;
public partial class App : Application
    protected override void OnStart()

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