A simple library to interface/use/access the Pushbullet API (v2) written with Java 8. Current feature set:
Ephemerals: sending clipboard, notification, and sms pushes
Chat: list, create, update, delete.
Device: list, create, update, delete.
Push: list, create, update, delete, delete all
Subscriptions: list, create, update, get channel info
User: get current user info
How to use:
jpushbullet is intended to be very simple and lightweight. To start, you need to create a PushbulletClient.
PushbulletClient client = new PushbulletClient(api_key); This creates the connection to Pushbullet's REST API and supplies the api_key used to identify users (as passed into the constructor). FYI, you can get the api key from https://www.pushbullet.com/account when logged in. Chats: getChats() returns a list of all chats createChat(the email to chat with) returns data about the recipient updateChat(identifing key of the chat, boolean muted) returns data about the recipient deleteChat(identifing key of the chat) Device: listDevices() returns a list of all devices getDevices() returns a list of cached devices createDevice(nickname of device, model of device, manufacturer, app version of pushbullet, icon ("desktop", "browser", "website", "laptop", "tablet", "phone", "watch", "system", "ios"), whether the device has SMS capability) returns the new device deleteDevice(String iden) Subscriptions: listSubscriptions() returns a list of all Subscriptions createSubscription(the channel tag) returns a Subscription object updateSubscription(subscription iden, boolean muted) returns the updated Subscription object deleteSubscription(subscription iden) channelInfo(channelTag, whether the method should return recent pushes) returns a ChannelInfo object General: client.sendNotePush(title, body); client.sendLinkPush(title, body, link); sendFilePush(a message, exact filename including file extension, the file MIME type, a java File object that referneces the file) Ephemerals: For sms: sendSMSPush(phone number, message, package name of application, targetDeviceIden) For notification: sendNotificationPush(notification title, the notification message, the name of the application, the version of the application, whether the notification is dismissable, whether the phone is rooted or not, a JPG icon that is base64 encoded, the notification id, name of the application package, the identity of the device where the notification is coming from) For clipboard: sendClipboardPush(the contents that should be transferred to the clipboard)
Thank you for using this!