Connecting everyone on Earth in < 0.25s !
PubNub is a cross-platform client-to-client (1:1 and 1:many) push service in the cloud, capable of broadcasting real-time messages to millions of web and mobile clients simultaneously, in less than a quarter second!
Optimized for both web and mobile, our scalable, global network of redundant data centers provides lightning-fast, reliable message delivery. We're up to 100 messages/second faster than possible with WebSockets alone, and cross-platform compatibility across all phones, tablets, browsers, programming languages, and APIs is always guaranteed!
Support and Issues
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or issues with the client SDKs. Alternatively, you can open an issue in the Github repo of the client you have the concern about.
Supported Languages and Frameworks
The current list of supported languages and frameworks can be found on our github page.
Contact information for support, sales, and general purpose inquiries can found at http://www.pubnub.com/contact-us.
Demo and Webcast Links
Using Encryption with PubNub
For higher security applications, PubNub provides SSL and AES-based encryption features to help safeguard your data. Additional information and higher-level overviews of Cross-Platform AES Symmetric Key Encryption in general can be found in our blog post. A lower level diagram which details the PubNub encryption-communication flow can be found here.
HTTPS (SSL) 2048-bit Encryption
HTTPS is recommended for the highest level of security for REST requests to PubNub. Using REST over HTTPS is not required – however, for secure communication, you should make sure the client or REST toolkit you're using is configured to use SSL. The PubNub Cloud service will continue to support both HTTP and HTTPS.
To enable AES encryption, instantiate a PubNub instance with the presence of the optional cipher_key attribute. The instance will use the value of the cipher_key attribute as the cipher key.
Message Signing with HMAC/SHA256
If the client is publishing, you must also include the secret_key attribute when instantiating the PubNub instance. If the client will only be subscribing, you do not need to include the secret_key attribute. The instance will use the value of the secret_key as the key to sign the message.
Secure Key Exchange
The exchange of the cipher key (and if the client is publishing, the secret key) must occur using a secure communication system, external to PubNub, in order to maintain secrecy of the keys.
REST API Considerations
In addition to platform-specific APIs, PubNub also supports a REST API.
When using the REST API, it is mandatory to pass the following HTTP headers to the PubNub server for each request:
Selecting a User-agent