real-time, in-app notifications for web and mobile via the command line. see it in action
##Usage Sending notifications with Holler is as easy as four steps:
npm install holler
###2. Add a script tag
On the client, Holler can be easily configured to use a specific host and port regardless of the app's http server. This is done via a global
hollerConfig object. The
holler-client.js script tag should then be included:
###3. Start a server The server can be started with an optional port. If no port is specified, it will be defaulted to 1337.
###4. Holler stuff
Show notifications to all users currently using your app in real-time using
holler.js. Notifications use Alertify so they look nice and sexy.
- Log Messages
holler http://yourServerUrl:port log "This is a standard log message."
- Success Messages
holler http://yourServerUrl:port success "This is a success message."
- Error Messages
holler http://yourServerUrl:port error "This is an error message."
##Going forward I definitely need to address the following:
- Security: need a way to lock down notifications so that only auth'd users can send them
- Simplicity: need a way to simplify the holler.js command (it's ugly to pass in 3 options)