Tag: push notifications

New PhoneGap Push Notification Service – Puship (with free tier)

October 4, 2013By 3 Comments

One of my blog readers (thanks Fede!) notified me of a new push notification service that integrates with PhoneGap called Puship. I wanted to write a quick post about it to make others aware. You can use this service to send push notifications for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry. They are currently in beta […]

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Push Notifications Plugin Support added to PhoneGap Build

January 24, 2013By 85 Comments

I’m happy to post today there is now support for a generic push notifications plugin for PhoneGap Build. The new plugin is called PushPlugin and works for both iOS and Android push notifications. The iOS support is based on the Apple Push Notifications Service (APNS) and the Android support is based on Google Cloud Messaging […]

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Geo-based Push Notifications with PhoneGap and Pushwoosh

December 11, 2012By 3 Comments

Recently I blogged about sending push notifications via the Pushwoosh service and specifically with PhoneGap applications. While working with the service I noticed it had something built in for setting up geozones for your push notifications (aka: geofencing). If you’re not familiar with this term, it’s basically the ability to send push notifications to a […]

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Easy PhoneGap Push Notifications with Pushwoosh

December 4, 2012By

I recently posted regarding the use of Push Notifications on both iOS and Android with PhoneGap. Both of those addressed sending push notifications from a general 3rd party server where you write the server side push code. However, there are many services out there you can leverage for sending push notifications as well and this […]

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