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pushy-demo-flutter

A demo of the Pushy SDK for Flutter integrated into a sample Flutter app.

Pushy is the most reliable push notification gateway, perfect for real-time, mission-critical applications.

This app registers your device to receive push notifications and assigns it a unique token, which you can copy and paste into the demo page to send yourself a test push notification on both Android and iOS.

Visit our documentation to integrate Pushy into your existing Flutter app.

Screenshots

iOS

Android

Get Started

  • Make sure you have a healthy installation of Flutter: flutter doctor
  • Clone the repository locally: git clone https://github.com/pushy-me/pushy-demo-flutter.git
  • Run cd pushy-demo-flutter
  • Run flutter run to run the app on either an emulator or a connected Android device
  • Observe the Android logcat for the Pushy device token and paste it into the demo page to send yourself a test notification
  • For iOS, open the ios/Runner.xcworkspace file in Xcode, select your physical device, update the Signing Team in the project properties, and press Run to run the app on your iOS device
  • Copy the device token from the Xcode console and paste it into the demo page to send yourself a test notification

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License

Apache 2.0

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