Many browsers can deliver push notifications even when a website is closed. Learn how to choose which websites are allowed to send you push notifications.
We have made a change to Pushpad in order to make its use more intuitive.
Now each device (browser) can have at most one uid (user ID) associated to it. Any new uid will replace the previous one.
However you can read the new SDK documentation.
On 28 September 2016 we have changed how the icon_url of the Pushpad API works. Continue reading “Icons are no longer imported and resized”
Pushpad offers a free tier, but it’s not a free service. So why should you prefer a paid service to a free one?
More features? Better support? I don’t know, I leave that to you. The aim of this post is to underly that free services might have an hidden cost that you must consider before making a choice.
These days we have investigated an issue related to Safari.
Sometimes it happens that you subscribe to the push notifications of a website, but after some time you don’t receive notifications anymore.
At first we thought that our system had a bug, but it’s not like that. Continue reading “Safari push notifications stop working after some time”
APNs an GCM have always provided a way to send notifications in batch.
It would be useful to see this feature for the Push API, which unfortunately doesn’t have it yet, meaning that you have to make an HTTP request for each endpoint.
Pushpad is a service for web push notifications. In order to add push notifications to their websites, our customers need to install the service worker that we provide on their websites.
Initially we just asked customers to copy and paste the whole content of the service worker. However this meant that for every update we made to the script, our customers had to take action.
Then we discovered
importScripts Continue reading “Service worker: importScripts never updates scripts”
The working draft of the Push API currently doesn’t offer a good way to manage unsubscriptions.
The problems arise in the following scenarios:
- The user blocks the notifications from the browser preferences
- The endpoint is replaced because it has expired
In this tutorial we’ll see how to add push notifications to your WordPress blog. Notifications are real push notifications, meaning that they are delivered even when the user is not on your website. This way you can re-engage users when you publish new contents.
We are going to use the official Pushpad plugin. Continue reading “Add push notifications to WordPress in a few minutes”