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aerogear-simplepush-unifiedpush-quickstart

An example of using AeroGear's SimplePush/Unified Push JavaScript API. Based on aerogear-simplepush-quickstart enchancing to support registration with the UnifiedPush server.

Please visit our tutorial page for more information.

Getting started!

Prerequisites

  • Java 6.0 (Java SDK 1.6)+
  • Maven
  • JBoss Application Server 7.1.1 or later (e.g. WildFly)
  • AeroGear UnifiedPush server
  • AeroGear SimplePush server

Building the AeroGear SimplePush Server

Download the server from the AeroGear SimplePush Server project’s github page and build the source code:

git clone git@github.com:aerogear/aerogear-simplepush-server.git
cd aerogear-simplepush-server
mvn install -DskipTests=true

Now perform a cd server-netty and execute the following command to start the server on your machine:

mvn exec:java -Dexec.args="-host=localhost -port=7777 -tls=false -ack_interval=10000 -useragent_reaper_timeout=60000 -token_key=yourRandomToken"

This starts an unsecured instance of the AeroGear SimplePush Server on localhost using port 7777.

NOTE: The server uses an in-memory database for this demo. None of the SimplePush channels are persisted by the server. A restart of the server means that the previous registered channels are gone.

Running the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server

Download the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server and deploy according to the instructions shown in this guide.

Registration of the SimplePush Variant

Once the UnifiedPush server is running, access the administration console via http://SERVER:PORT/ag-push to register your SimplePush variant. Temporarily there is an "admin:123" user created by default, so you can use those credentials to login. On first login, you will be requested to change the password. More details can be found in the Admin UI Guide.

JavaScript client

Prior to run the application we need to configure the variantId and variantSecret as well as the URL's of the running servers. Navigate to js/ folder and open in your favorite text editor, the unifiedpush.js file. The file contains the main logic of the application and is responsible to register the channels with the SimplePush server, retrieve the endpoints for the update, and then register those endpoints with the UnifiedPush server so that notifications can be received.

On top of the file you will notice the configuration params that you need to change according to your specific configuration:

// config params for UnifiedPush server
var variantId = "<Your-Variant-ID";
var variantSecret = "<Your-Variant-Secret>";
var simplePushUrl = "<URL of the running SimplePush server>"
var unifiedPushUrl = "<URL of the running UnifiedPush server>";

Once that is done, open the index.html file in your favourite browser. You should see the following:

SimplePush/UnifiedPush main screen

Now, issue the following CURL command to send a push notification against the UnifiedPush server. Don't forget to replace the PushApplicationID and MasterSecret you received when you registered you Application in the administration console:

curl -3 -u "{PushApplicationID}:{MasterSecret}"
     -v -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-type: application/json"
     -X POST
   -d '{
       "simple-push": "version=123"
    }' https://SERVER:PORT/ag-push/rest/sender

Notice the message being received by the web application!

Have fun!