Push Channels allow developers to create real-time data streams of their content without any back end work. Any public or private website or application can integrate Push Channels with any of the following three options or a combination thereof: (1) Utilize currently existing RSS/Atom/RDF feeds (requires no back end work); (2) Keep your existing HTML the same and just attach HTML attributes (requires no back end work); (3) Send HTTP POST requests to our service endpoint. Current channels through which content can be pushed: email, text message (text messages currently limited to within the United States), iPhone/Android, and desktop with more channels coming.
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