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react-native-unified-push

v0.0.11

Published

RNUnifiedPush simplifies the usage of Unified Push Server (https://aerogear.org/push/) in React Native apps. It enables an app to subscribe and receive Push Notifications sent from any Unified Push Server.

Downloads

22

Readme

react-native-unified-push

RNUnifiedPush simplifies the usage of Unified Push Server (https://aerogear.org/push/) in React Native apps. It enables an app to subscribe and receive Push Notifications sent from any Unified Push Server.

Getting started

$ npm install react-native-unified-push --save

Linking the library

$ react-native link react-native-unified-push

Configure on Android

  1. Add the following lines to android/build.gradle inside dependencies: classpath 'com.google.gms:google-services:3.0.0' classpath 'com.diffplug.spotless:spotless-plugin-gradle:3.3.0'

  2. Add the following lines to android/app/build.gradle inside dependencies: compile 'org.jboss.aerogear:aerogear-android-core:3.0.0' compile 'org.jboss.aerogear:aerogear-android-pipe:3.0.0' compile 'org.jboss.aerogear:aerogear-android-push:4.0.1'

  3. Append the following line to android/app/build.gradle: apply plugin: 'com.google.gms.google-services'

  4. Add your google-services.json file to android/app/ (how to get your google-services.json: https://support.google.com/firebase/answer/7015592)

Configure on iOS

Push notifications need to be active for the Xcode project for the app to be able to receive notifications. This can be done inside Xcode:

  1. Open your app in Xcode (through ios/<your_app_name>.xcodeproj)
  2. Having the root project file selected: Capabilities > Push Notifications > Switch to 'ON'

Usage

Use the init method to subscribe to a UPS and enable the app to start receiving Push Notifications from that server:

  import RNUnifiedPush from 'react-native-unified-push';

  ...

  RNUnifiedPush.init(
  { 
    alias: '<id for this device>' ,
    url: '<url for your UPS server>',
    senderId: '<your sender id from UPS>',
    variantId: '<variant id for your app in UPS>',
    secret: '<variant secret for your app in UPS>'
  },
  () => {
    //success callback
  },
  (err) => {
    //error callback
  }
);