urbanairship is a Ruby library for using the Urban Airship web service API for push notifications and rich
As of Version 3.0, a Ruby version >= 2.0 must be used.
Version 3.0 is a major upgrade and backwards incompatible with earlier versions.
To encourage the use of our SDK, which takes care of proper channel registration, support for device token registration has been removed. Support for v1 endpoints will also be removed and transitioned to their v3 equivalents where possible.
A more detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGELOG.
If you have the
bundler gem (if not you can get it with
$ gem install bundler) add this line to your application's Gemfile:
>>> gem 'urbanairship'
And then execute:
>>> $ bundle
OR install it yourself as:
>>> gem install urbanairship
Broadcast to All Devices
>>> require 'urbanairship' >>> UA = Urbanairship >>> airship = UA::Client.new(key:'application_key', secret:'master_secret') >>> p = airship.create_push >>> p.audience = UA.all >>> p.notification = UA.notification(alert: 'Hello') >>> p.device_types = UA.all >>> p.send_push
Simple Tag Push
>>> require 'urbanairship' >>> UA = Urbanairship >>> airship = UA::Client.new(key:'application_key', secret:'master_secret') >>> p = airship.create_push >>> p.audience = UA.tag('some_tag') >>> p.notification = UA.notification(alert: 'Hello') >>> p.device_types = UA.all >>> p.send_push
The best place to ask questions is our support site: http://support.urbanairship.com/
- Fork it ( https://github.com/urbanairship/ruby-library )
- Create your feature branch:
git checkout -b my-new-feature
- Commit your changes
git commit -am 'Add some feature'
- Push to the branch
git push origin my-new-feature
- Create a new Pull Request
- Sign Urban Airship's contribution agreement.
Note: Changes will not be approved and merged without a signed contribution agreement
After checking out the repo, ensure you have
bundler installed (
$ gem install bundler) run:
>>> $ bin/setup
to install dependencies. Then, run:
>>> $ bin/console
for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.
OR you can build a local gem to play with:
>>> $ gem build urbanairship.gemspec >>> $ gem install ./urbanairship-<VERSION>.gem
Having a local build will give you better logging if you are running into issues, but be careful to make sure to use our released public gem in Production.