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    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    forgot to update the package in the android project
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    @Gekidoku In the app, I'm using FCM
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    I use https://github.com/CrossGeeks/FirebasePushNotificationPlugin since mine is a Forms app.
    and they have a way to have your own User notification categories
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    The docs have details about how to enhance the appearance of a notification, but nothing about how to make it interactive
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    OK, I'll check that out, but my notifications work. The doc shows how to create categories, but nothing for interactive. Are your notifications interactive?
    The Xamarin iOS docs have interactive notificatoins...
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Mine arent, certain types of notifications do trigger functions automagically but i dont use interactive ones
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Clearly it is possible since MS is doing it with their Authenticator app. I would like the user to respond to a question, yes/no, as a convenience.
    dont know about regular xam
    @jonathanpeppers me updating the package in the android problem "solved" the linker error
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    :thumbsup: sounds good
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    I'd rather not use FIrebase for iOS.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    I dont use azure myself, i just use fcm
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    The Azure part works well for me. I'll dig more into interactive notifications for Android. Perhaps the links you provided will help.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Or you could at least look how they do it in the android source and copy the parts you could use
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    Exactly! Thanks.
    TonyLugg
    @TonyLugg
    @Gekidoku Looks like there is a Notification.Action.Builder for Android notification buttons.
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    @jonathanpeppers Update,
    Its not the license its crashing on.
    It crashes on the line thats Line 21 in the pastebin https://pastebin.com/TkRkavGd
    with the last build we did yesterday i generated symbols as well. and symbolicated
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    going to check for Crossfirebaseyadiyada.current == null
    and if so call the register method that should fill it.
    Jonathan Peppers
    @jonathanpeppers
    :thumbsup: yeah I’m not sure what sets that value, how it would become null
    Gekidoku
    @Gekidoku
    Its from another package so havent looked at it
    Grace Fleming
    @flemingg_gitlab
    Question for the masses...I'm working on trying to put my xamarin-android project into a docker image so I can run it in gitlab pipelines. So far I've gotten to errors similar to what @tstivers1990 had when this issue was last discussed using a base mono image (taken from https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-foss/blob/master/lib/gitlab/ci/templates/Mono.gitlab-ci.yml), around June 4th 2016. Do you know if there's been any development into creating a working docker image? I've also checked out https://github.com/nathansamson/xamarin-android-docker/blob/master/Dockerfile but I ran into errors similar to the ones using the mono image.
    (disclaimer: I'm new on here, sorry if this isn't the correct way to go about addressing this question)
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    Hi @jonpryor - trying to migrate my XF Android project to AndroidX .. getting error - error: OnDynamicRoutesChangedListener is not public in DynamicGroupRouteController; cannot be accessed from outside package androidx.mediarouter.media.MediaRouteProvider.DynamicGroupRouteController.OnDynamicRoutesChangedListener ... any clue ?
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    And the build is running forever... after it showed the Time Elapsed of 00:05:47:43
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    moljac
    @moljac
    MediaRouteProvider.DynamicGroupRouteController.OnDynamicRoutesChangedListenerissue has been fixed this week. Not yet in preview, rc1 nor stable yet
    @IoTFier ^
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    thank you @moljac. I am using VS 16.4.2 ... stopped my build, cleaned solution and started the rebuild... it seems to be building this time very well...
    no ... it failed again for the same error.
    is there a nuget that you can pass it to me .. would test it for you before your release go out ...
    moljac
    @moljac
    It is on master of AndroidX. Build it and you will get nugets.
    And BTW if you are using GooglePlayServices and Firebase - those are showstopper for AndroidX. Namely artifacts with AndroidX dependencies are bound but not tested yet.
    Thekart
    @Thekart
    Create Single sign-on (SSO) for Mobile App (Android) using LDAP?
    Tomasz Cielecki
    @Cheesebaron
    Why is there a difference between how resources are generated in an Android Library and an Android App? In a Library the fields are marked public static in an App they are marked public const
    Dean Ellis
    @dellis1972
    Because when we build the final app the Id’s compiled into the libraries you are using are incorrect. So they need to be updated from the values the app has. Hence they are static not const
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    HI @moljac , @jonpryor - here is the error details from the android studio logcat - 2019-12-19 18:32:10.236 9402-9402/IoTFier.MedGPS E/FragmentManager: No field with the name mListener is found in Animation class
    java.lang.NoSuchFieldException: No field mListener in class Landroid/view/animation/Animation; (declaration of 'android.view.animation.Animation' appears in /system/framework/framework.jar!classes3.dex)
    at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredField(Native Method)
    at android.support.v4.app.FragmentManagerImpl.getAnimationListener(FragmentManager.java:1301)
    I hope it is same was you are addressing in your fix
    It is on master of AndroidX. Build it and you will get nugets.
    Thank you. Will do. When will this be pushed in VS?
    moljac
    @moljac
    @IoTFier
    This 2nd error has very little to do with AndroidX. Be carefull not to mix old/legacy Android.Support and AndroidX and (FOR NOW) GooglePlaySerives with Firebase.
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    I m not using GooglePlayServices with Firebase (yet)
    But do have Android.support libraries as a part of migraing to AndroidX
    will remove those when the compilation is error free
    moljac
    @moljac

    Thank you. Will do. When will this be pushed in VS?

    Previews are already out. The difference is less than minimal. For rc1 and stable we just do numerous tests.

    Jonathan Dick
    @Redth
    This is fixed in upcoming rc1
    I had the media route listener thing too. We fixed it in master just waiting for a release. Hopefully today
    IoTFier
    @IoTFier
    awesome ! thank you @Redth