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Send push messages to Android and Apple using one interface.

3.2.0 2021-09-27 09:54 UTC


Send push messages to Android, Apple and Firebase using one interface


Requires PHP 7.4 or later. It is installable and autoloadable via Composer as genkgo/push.


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To run the unit tests at the command line, issue phpunit -c tests/. PHPUnit is required.

This library attempts to comply with PSR-1, PSR-2, and PSR-4. If you notice compliance oversights, please send a patch via pull request.

Send Push Messages

use Genkgo\Push\Body;
use Genkgo\Push\Firebase\CloudMessaging;
use Genkgo\Push\Gateway;
use Genkgo\Push\Message;
use Genkgo\Push\Sender\FirebaseSender;
use Genkgo\Push\Sender\AppleApnSender;
use Genkgo\Push\Recipient\AndroidDeviceRecipient;
use Genkgo\Push\Recipient\AppleDeviceRecipient;
use Genkgo\Push\Recipient\FirebaseRecipient;

// construct the gateway, using the different senders
$gateway = new Gateway([
    AppleApnSender::fromToken('/location/to/key.p8', 'keyId', 'teamId', 'bundleId'),
    new FirebaseSender(new CloudMessaging($guzzleClient, $auth), 'fcm-project-id')

// below message will automatically go to their own specific sender
$gateway->send(new Message(new Body('message content')), new AndroidDeviceRecipient('token'));
$gateway->send(new Message(new Body('message content')), new AppleDeviceRecipient('token'));
$gateway->send(new Message(new Body('message content')), new FirebaseRecipient('token'));


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