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How to use GCM 3.0 with this plugin? #127

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bhaveshgohel opened this Issue Sep 12, 2015 · 5 comments

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@bhaveshgohel what is your questions exactly as it is not clear? Are you asking how to send a message from GCM to an app using this plugin or something different?

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@bhaveshgohel what is your questions exactly as it is not clear? Are you asking how to send a message from GCM to an app using this plugin or something different?

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@macdonst : In Google IO 2015, they launched GCM 3.0.
The API suggest to Register your app and get Instance ID and a token from GCM Server and when you want to send push notification you can simply pass the token and a message payload to GCM Server and it taken care of sending message.

The App working fine with the current method of getting Registration-id and and Getting Push Messages via server. But i'm confuse with the new method in GCM 3.0, what the difference between Instance-id vs Registration-id? and does current version of PushPlugin supporting the new changes in GCM 3.0?

Some Quick Links:
https://developers.google.com/cloud-messaging/registration
https://developers.google.com/instance-id/

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@macdonst : In Google IO 2015, they launched GCM 3.0.
The API suggest to Register your app and get Instance ID and a token from GCM Server and when you want to send push notification you can simply pass the token and a message payload to GCM Server and it taken care of sending message.

The App working fine with the current method of getting Registration-id and and Getting Push Messages via server. But i'm confuse with the new method in GCM 3.0, what the difference between Instance-id vs Registration-id? and does current version of PushPlugin supporting the new changes in GCM 3.0?

Some Quick Links:
https://developers.google.com/cloud-messaging/registration
https://developers.google.com/instance-id/

Thanks.

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@bhaveshgohel Instance ID is analogous to Registration ID. This plugin should work fine with GCM 3.0 for receiving messages but I have not updated the internals to use the new API.

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macdonst commented Sep 14, 2015

@bhaveshgohel Instance ID is analogous to Registration ID. This plugin should work fine with GCM 3.0 for receiving messages but I have not updated the internals to use the new API.

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@macdonst :Thank you... :)

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