This tutorial can be useful for development if you want to test web push notifications on your domain using Pushpad. You will see how to create a demo page where a user can subscribe to notifications and send a notification with custom options to himself.
Multi-Channel Notifications in Ruby on Rails with Noticed gem and Pushpad
In this tutorial we explain how to use the
pushpad gem with the
noticed gem to create multi-channel notifications in a Rails application. In particular we’ll use the
noticed gem for the notifications in general, while Pushpad will be used to deliver the web push notifications in real time, even when the website is closed.
Web push notifications: user log in and log out
How can you associate a push subscription to a specific user? How can you implement log-in and log-out for web push notifications?
Debugging web push notifications on a specific device
This article describes a simple and effective method for debugging web push notifications on a specific browser using Pushpad.
The new Pushpad widget for web push notifications
Geolocation with Pushpad
Would you like to send web push notifications only to people located in a given place? If you use Pushpad you can implement that in different ways.
Force the user to subscribe to web push notifications
Forcing the user to subscribe to push notifications is probably not a good choice for most websites. However there are some specific situations where it makes sense to do that.
Welcome notifications with Pushpad
Do you want to send a welcome message when a user subscribes to your web push notifications? Here’s how to create welcome notifications using Pushpad Pro.