In the last months we have rolled out new notification features and other performance improvements.
If you use Pushpad Pro, in order to receive the update, you should make a small change to your service worker. Continue reading “Update the Pushpad service worker to the latest version”
This tutorial explains how to add web push notifications to a domain and to all its subdomains using Pushpad. Continue reading “Add web push to multiple subdomains with Pushpad”
I would like to reply to an interesting question that has been posted on StackOverflow. I reply here because the original question has been deleted. Continue reading “How to send single-user targeted notification with Web Push API”
We’re happy to announce that Pushpad now supports VAPID (Voluntary Application Server Identification for Web Push). Continue reading “Introducing VAPID”
Today we have deployed a new version of Pushpad which improves deliverability of push notifications and make it easier to find and debug any delivery failure. Continue reading “Pushpad: improvements to deliverability and monitoring”
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”
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 Pushpad Express and the official Pushpad plugin. Continue reading “Add push notifications to WordPress in a few minutes”