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How to Use Firebase to Send Notifications in iOS

Introduction

To communicate with users in an effective way, push notifications are introduced on iOS 3.0 around 2009. Push notifications are a great way to reach out to your customers and to marketize. We have explained here the ways to configure your app for the push notifications and send them using firebase without hassle.If you need a step by step explanation of the topic, you can check our article here: How to Use Firebase to Send Notifications in iOS

Prerequisites

  1. Firebase (for sending push notifications).
  2. XCode IDE (for development of the app).
  3. Apple developer account (to create push notification certificates).
  4. iPhone Device (notifications won’t work on the simulator. To check notifications, we need device).

The major steps involved in implementation

  1. Create push notification certificate.
  2. Set up firebase console.
  3. Create a Xcode Project & Configure it.
  4. Test push notifications.

Final output


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