The Azure SDK team is pleased to announce our May 2022 client library releases.

1 packages released this month.

Stable Packages (1)

  • Communication Chat

Release highlights

Communication Chat 1.1.0 Changelog

Features Added

  • Added support for metadata in messages.
  • Added options class TypingNotificationOptions for setting SenderDisplayName of the notification sender.
  • Added SenderDisplayName to TypingIndicatorReceivedEvent.
  • Added support FCM push notifications:
    • Added the following methods to ChatAsyncClient and ChatClient:
      • startPushNotifications
      • stopPushNotifications
      • handlePushNotification
      • addPushNotificationHandler
      • removePushNotificationHandler
    • Added ChatPushNotification as the type for passing a push notification payload.
    • Added instructions in the of our sample app on how to setup FCM push notifications.
    • Added code in sample app for FCM push notification end to end scenario.
  • Added startRealtimeNotifications(Context context, Consumer<Throwable> errorHandler) to ChatAsyncClient and ChatClient.

Bugs Fixed

  • Fixed a dependency issue with azure-communication-common.
  • Fixed a BUG in real-time notification payload for GCCH.

Other Changes

  • Deprecated startRealtimeNotifications(String skypeUserToken, Context context) in ChatAsyncClient and ChatClient. Users should utilize startRealtimeNotifications(Context context, Consumer<Throwable> errorHandler) instead.

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