To see the details of the notification, the user opens the notification drawer. The material design changes introduced in Android 5.0 (API level 21) are of particular importance, and you should review the Material Design training for more information.Both the notification area and the notification drawer are system-controlled areas that the user can view at any time. To learn how to design notifications and their interactions, read the Notifications design guide.The following snippet illustrates a simple notification that specifies an activity to open when the user clicks the notification.Notice that the code creates a Notification Compat. Builder(this) Small Icon(R.drawable.notification_icon) Content Title("My notification") Content Text("Hello World!NOTIFICATION_SERVICE); // m Id allows you to update the notification later on.
A notification is a message you can display to the user outside of your application's normal UI. Note: Except where noted, this guide refers to the was added in Android 3.0 (API level 11).When you tell the system to issue a notification, it first appears as an icon in the notification area. Notifications, as an important part of the Android user interface, have their own design guidelines.Task Stack Builder stack Builder = Task Stack Builder.create(this); // Adds the back stack for the Intent (but not the Intent itself) stack Parent Stack(Result Activity.class); // Adds the Intent that starts the Activity to the top of the stack stack Next Intent(result Intent); Pending Intent result Pending Intent = stack Pending Intent( 0, Pending Intent.FLAG_UPDATE_CURRENT ); m Content Intent(result Pending Intent); Notification Manager m Notification Manager = (Notification Manager) get System Service(Context.
"); // Creates an explicit intent for an Activity in your app Intent result Intent = new Intent(this, Result Activity.class); // The stack builder object will contain an artificial back stack for the // started Activity.// This ensures that navigating backward from the Activity leads out of // your application to the Home screen.