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.
Safari 16 adds support for web push notifications (Push API)
The long-awaited support for web push notifications in Safari is finally here.
“This site has been updated in the background”: what is this notification?
If you subscribe to the notifications of some websites, you may sometimes see a strange notification with this content: “This site has been updated in the background”. What does that mean? And if you are the website owner, how can you prevent that notification?
Bell icon for push notifications and subscribe button
Are you looking for a bell icon to represent push notifications or to create a subscribe button on your website?
There are many free and open source resources where you can get an high-quality bell icon, in different formats, without the need to draw it manually.
Is it possible to display newlines inside web notifications?
You can include newlines and line breaks inside the body of web notifications.
Styling web push notifications
Is it possible to customize the style of web push notifications?
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?