Local notifications are now known as User Notifications in Swift 3 and iOS 10. They can take 3 forms – badges, sounds and alerts (the latter appear on the lock screen).

To set them up in Swift 3 do the following:

1. Use UserNotifications by importing it:

1. Ask for permissions (yes, you need to ask permission for EVERYTHING in Apples’ world). Grab the applications shared instance and feed it the types of alert you need (you need at least one):

When the above is fired you can expect a notification on the users screen – asking for permission!

2. Create the content of your notification:

3. Create a scheduled time to fire it:

4. Ask iOS very nicely if it wouldn’t mind scheduling this:

And you’re done! Try this out and see if it gives you a message within 5 seconds!

Where to go Next

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How to Use User Notifications in iOS 10 – Formerly Local Notifications

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