Part 8. Integrating to your own app

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To integrate to your own app

Now that you are ready with your setup, We do warmly recommend testing it out with our Management Applications, to ensure that everything is working well regarding your setup. Once you are happy with the result, go ahead and integrate our platform to your application!

For each framework we have both an SDK file, and a base app that can be used as the starting point for app development.

Note: You’ll find your auth token on the portal under “Manage Application”.

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Proximi.io positioning platform become the first investment case of Finnish-American Butterfly Venture Fund III

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We are thrilled to announce that Proximi.io has closed its second funding round! Butterfly Ventures will be joining Proximi.io as a new investor alongside the previous Finnish and Danish investors. This means that we will have even better resources for improving the technology and growing our business from now on – and that we are hiring!

Official press release underneath.

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Will my geofencing function in the background?

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The answer in absolutely yes, BUT… Read on to get the full walkthrough of geofencing in the background

This a topic that we discuss very often with developers and marketers. How can I create a geofencing campaign that will be able to push a notification in the background? This blog post will cover the whole issue, as clearly as possible. This is the geofencing-for-dummies version. If you don’t want the whole babble, skip to the summary.

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Advanced Action Flows – Part 7. How to limit notification rate

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Quite often you want to setup a geofence at a very popular place, such as at an venue entrance. However, you don’t want to annoy your application users with too frequent notifications, and therefore want to limit how often the same person can receive notifications.

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to limit notification rate through the action flow. Note: this flow limits the events triggered from all geofences. Read More

New way of permission request handling

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We’ve added a very important update for the SDK’s permission request handling (location & BLE). You now have the option to do that manually, or though utilizing the ready-made calls in the SDKs.

In the previous SDK versions the permission requests were handled automatically in both iOS and Android. Now the permission requests need to be fired up manually:

  • Android: public void checkPermissions();
  • iOS: [[Proximiio sharedInstance] requestPermissions];

Full examples can be found from the Android and iOS documentation.

Alternatively you can handle the required permission requests fully on your own in which case the SDK’s wont be asking for any permissions as they already exist.

If you update the SDK’s in your existing projects, make sure to change the permission requests according to these instructions. This poses no breaking changes to currently running applications, until the SDK’s are updated to the newest versions (version 2.4 in Android and version 1.1.7 in iOS).

Proximi.io @ Ultrahack

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In addition to Slush, another exciting point in early December was Ultrahack, the ultra-long hackathon tournament. The hackathon consists of multiple  pre-events, and culminated at the main event hosted in Helsinki, Finland. From the pre-events and through direct applications, 100 top teams had been selected to come in for the weekend. As a special feature of this hackathon, the teams were allowed to continue on working on projects that they had started earlier. All teams, however, developed at least substantial amount of new features during the event, if not a completely new project. Read More

Proximi.io @ Junction hackathon

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What a busy December it has been! Let’s roll back a couple of weeks, to the first week of December, the the Slush week. In order to get the most out of the fact that all of Europe’s techies are arriving to Helsinki for Slush, not one but two massive hackathons were hosted during the same weekend. Proximi.io also wanted to get the most out of this opportunity and be present in both of them.

First we are going to cover Junction, a student hackathon that is part of Major League Hacking. It was hosted at the Old  Harbour building, where an incredible 1300 participants fit nicely in. The hakacthon consisted of ten tracks hosted by giants enterprises from different fields, such as Supercell and Zalando. Read More