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-Pusher Java classes for Google App Engine
-This Java classes can be used to communicate very easily with the Pusher REST API ( from any Google App engine Web application.
-Get Started
-Simply replace the Pusher specific constants in
- private final static String pusherApplicationId = "";
- private final static String pusherApplicationKey = "";
- private final static String pusherApplicationSecret = "";
-Call one of the two available static methods called "triggerPush" and pass channel name, event name and the message body (JSON encoded data) as parameters:
- Pusher.triggerPush("test_channel", "my_event", jsonData);
-The second "triggerPush" method provides an additional parameter for the socket_id:
- Pusher.triggerPush("test_channel", "my_event", jsonData, socketId);
-That's it.
-Default values
-Sometimes it can be very convenient to prepulate a PusherRequest instance with default channel and/or event name:
- PusherRequest p = new PusherRequest("test_channel","my_event");
-To send a request to the Pusher API just call "triggerPush" on this instance:
- p.triggerPush(jsondata);
-Copyright 2010, Stephan Scheuermann. Licensed under the MIT license:
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