The TaskQueue you are referring to is only available in Mendix 9. There is another module in the appstore called ‘ProcessQueue’ where you can create the same thing as you would with the taskqueue. See for more information:
I must warn you though. The ProcessQueue is a hard module to understand. I would advise you to go to Mendix 9 if that is possible. I'm not familiar with the weather forecast in the appstore, but i think it is easier to fix that in Mendix 9, than to use the process-queue.
If you want to make real-time notification you would need to create a microflow that checks the value of you measurements everytime they come in via your Queue. If they exceed a certain value you can then create a notifications for your users.
Hope this helps!
Thank you for replying. Haha ya after just a day of researching and looking at the resources I found it to be quite difficult and hard to implement for a single student. Hence, I decided to go for another approach after searching for an alternative earlier today.
I found this link, https://docs.mendix.com/howto/mobile/sending-push-notifications. I would most likely go for this approach instead. Since I am using a free version of Mendix 8, I would probably create a button in the responsive web dashboard to manually trigger the microflow, “ SendMessageToAllUsers”. Upon clicking this button, when a sensor value reaches a certain value, it will automatically send a push notification to my native mobile app to notify users. I have not tried it yet so I do not know for sure if I am able to make it work. May I seek for your advice if I do encounter problems when I am building this microflow please?