Foreground Service Notification Plugin
Migrate to AndroidX
A Flutter plugin to show forground service notification and customize it. (iOS is not supported)
If you need present that your app is running as a service in user's phone, you can use this plugin.
To use this plugin, add
foreground_service_notification as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.
Example (see file in example/lib/main.dart)
// Import package import 'package:foreground_notification/foreground_notification.dart'; // Instantiate it ForegroundNotification foregroundNotification; foregroundNotification = ForegroundNotification(); ForegroundNotification().initialize( selectNotification: null, // input your notification title title: 'Flutter Notification Title', // input your notification message body message: 'Flutter Message Body', // if you need chronometer, set value true (* chronometer is an extremely accurate clock) useChronometer: false, // if you set chronometer true, set the time you want to start when: DateTime.now().millisecondsSinceEpoch, ); /// show notification foregroundNotification.showAOSNotification(); /// close notification foregroundNotification.closeAOSNotification();
When you set the
useChronometer true and set the start time, the seconds start to move from the time you set.
if you do not set the start time(
when field), it is initialized to current time.
** If you want to show this notification, you first set up your app icon image in folder
Image must be named 'app_icon.png'**
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