It never ceases to amaze me how quickly the LiveCode team is able to address 
some of these issues. Thank you for another save, made even more impressive by 
the fact that you provided examples of existing tools to test and NO changes 
required to the published frontend app!

 I look forward to walking through the new steps tonight. 

—Andrew Bell

> Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2021 16:18:58 +0200
> From: panagiotis merakos <>
> Subject: Re: Apple Push Notifications update
> Hello all,
> You can find an updated lesson on how to send HTTP/2 based push
> notifications on iOS:
> Note that you do not need to do any changes in your app that *receives* push
> notifications. The changes regarding the http2 API are only server-side,
> i.e. on the way you *send* push notifications to your app.
> Kind regards,
> Panos
> --
> On Thu, 4 Mar 2021 at 19:22, Andrew at MidWest Coast Media via use-livecode
> <> wrote:
>> I feel blindsided by an email I received today from Apple indicating they
>> are deprecating the binary  push notification method at the end of the
>> month. I?ve dealt enough with trying to keep up with Android push changes
>> over the years, but this seems to be the first major Apple update.
>> This binary they speak of is the put tBinary into
>> URL("binfile:Notification.bin") in the lesson @
>> correct?
>> Dear Andrew,
>> The HTTP/2?based Apple Push Notification service (APNs) provider API lets
>> you take advantage of great features, such as authentication with a JSON
>> Web Token, improved error messaging, and per?notification feedback. If you
>> still send push notifications with the legacy binary protocol, make sure to
>> upgrade to the APNs provider API as soon as possible. APNs will no longer
>> support the legacy binary protocol after March 31, 2021.
>> Learn about the APNs provider API. <
>> If you have any questions, contact us <
>> Best regards,
>> Apple Developer Relations

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