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Native SDKs

Download the SDKs for your IDE. For iOS, you'll need to download and install Apple Xcode first. For Android, you can use Eclipse or Android Studio.

iOS7 Note: You must upgrade the IBM Push Notification library to support changes in the iOS7 release. Download the latest library below and upgrade as soon as possible.

PlatformStable PackageStable VersionLinks / Notes
iOS

IBM Push Notification SDK for Apple iOS (zip)
(For our alternate no-dependencies version, see SDK Notes below)

2.58*Release Notes, Getting Started Guide
Android (GCM + ADM)IBM Push Notification SDK for Android (zip)2.4.2.2Release Notes, Getting Started Guide
Windows™ Phone 8IBM Push Notification SDK for Microsoft™ Windows™ Phone 8 (zip)0.3.1Release Notes, Getting Started Guide
Mobile / Desktop WebIBM Web Push & Inbox SDK (JavaScript™ SDK)1.1.0Getting Started Guide
BlackberryIBM Push Notification SDK for BlackBerry (zip)1.02**Release Notes, Getting Started Guide

Beta Releases

PlatformBeta PackageBeta VersionLinks / Notes
iOSIBM Push Notification SDK for Apple iOS NG (zip)0.1.1Getting Started Guide


 

Platform Support

IBM Push Notification also works with 3rd party development platforms.  Here are supported integration guides. If you have built an integration not shown here and would like it listed, contact us!

 

Platform & VersionOSPackageIBM VersionLinks
Cordova 3.xiOSIBM Push Notification Plugin for Cordova iOS1.6Integration Guide
Cordova 2.xAndroidIBM Push Notification Plugin for Cordova Android1.5Integration Guide
Appcelerator Titanium 3.xiOS/AndroidIBM Push Notification Plugin for Titanium Studio1.2Release Notes, Integration Guide
Application CraftiOS/Android  Integration Guide

 

 

SDK Notes

  • After downloading the appropriate SDKs, head over to our Implementation Guides for a kick start.
  • If you're upgrading from our 1.x series SDK/APIs, review the Release Notes above for upgrade tips.
  • * This is our all-in-one ARC compliant build. All libraries that we use are compiled within our framework, including:
    • ASIHTTPRequest
    • SBJson
    • Reachability
    • UIDevice Identifier
    • NSString
    • GTMNSString
    • For build customizations, you can download our alternate SDK which has the above libraries moved out of our framework into the ExternalLib folder.  For example, if you have build conflicts with any of the libraries above, you have the choice of either removing the particular library from XtifyLib/ExternalLib/XXX.m and .h, or you can remove the conflicting files from your app. 
  • ** BlackBerry SDK only works with our 1.x API stack.

While iOS development in Xcode is pretty straightforward, when you start development for Android with Eclipse there's a quite a bit of setup to do.  Check out this guide for help on setting up the Android Development Tools plugin for Eclipse. If you've never developed mobile apps before with either IDE, google is your best friend for finding 'hello world' tutorials.

 

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