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Push Notifications Service - Local Push Notifications Swift 5

How to create local notifications in iOS using swift 5 on click a custom Button. Local notifications are most commonly used in apps like calendar alert, alarm app set event and more Alert with a customized message, a to do reminder etc. So let us start and learn how we can integrate local notification in iOS using swift language. Follow below steps, to integrate local notifications in swift. 

Push Notifications Service - Local Push Notifications Swift 5

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Local Notifications: Now Getting Started:- 

Step 1:  

import UserNotifications


Step 2:

    override func viewDidLoad() {


        // Configure User Notification Center

            UNUserNotificationCenter.current().delegate = self


Step 3:

@IBAction func didLocalNotification(_ sender: Any) {

        // Request to notification settings

        UNUserNotificationCenter.current().getNotificationSettings { (notificationSettings) in

            switch notificationSettings.authorizationStatus {

                case .notDetermined:

                    self.requestAuthorization(completionHandler: { (success) in

                        guard success else { return }

                        self.getScheduleLocalNotification()  // Schedule Local Notification


                    // Request Authorization


                case .authorized:

                       self.getScheduleLocalNotification()  // Schedule Local Notification


                case .denied:

                    print(" Not Allowed to Display Notifications- Application")

                case .provisional:


                case .ephemeral:


                @unknown default:






Step 4: // Request For Authorization


private func requestAuthorization(completionHandler: @escaping (_ success: Bool) -> ()) {

        // Request Authorization

        UNUserNotificationCenter.current().requestAuthorization(options: [.alert, .sound, .badge]) { (success, error) in

            if let error = error {

                print("Request Authorization Failed (\(error), \(error.localizedDescription))")






Step 5:


    private func scheduleLocalNotification() {

        // Create Notification Content

        let notificationContent = UNMutableNotificationContent()


        // Configure Notification Content

        notificationContent.title = “iOS Developer live"

        notificationContent.subtitle = "Local Notifications"

        notificationContent.body = "this tutorial, local notifications with the User Notifications framework. & how to schedule "


        // Add Time Interval Trigger

        let notificationTrigger = UNTimeIntervalNotificationTrigger(timeInterval: 10.0, repeats: false)


        // Create Request for Notification

        let notificationRequest = UNNotificationRequest(identifier: "cocoacasts_local_notification", content: notificationContent, trigger: notificationTrigger)


        // Add Request to User Notification Center

        UNUserNotificationCenter.current().add(notificationRequest) { (error) in

            if let error = error {

                print("Unable to Add Notification Request (\(error), \(error.localizedDescription))")





Step 6:


extension UIViewController: UNUserNotificationCenterDelegate {


    func userNotificationCenter(_ center: UNUserNotificationCenter, willPresent notification: UNNotification, withCompletionHandler completionHandler: @escaping (UNNotificationPresentationOptions) -> Void) {






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