we’re trying to implement VoIP push notifications (with PushKit) using ExpoKit on iOS and some RN plugins for push notifications and CallKit. All works fine (app in foreground, app in background) except for a case in which the app is killed (not running at all) and receives a VoIP push. This special kind of ios push somehow starts the app, without user’s interaction, directly in the background giving it a chance to handle the voip push and e.g. trigger an incoming call screen using CallKit.
It seems that native ios code is triggered (I can debug in -
( **BOOL** )application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
didReceiveIncomingPushWithPayload) but my JS code (containing handlers for push) doesn’t run, even if placed directly in AppEntry.js.
Can you explain if you can run any JS code in ExpoKit when dead app is started directly in the background? If so, what needs to be changed or where the code should be placed?