The Pusher Mobile Push Notifications API (Beta) facilitates the conveyance of push notifications Android and iOS applications even when the destination devices are shut down. This functionality enables developers to implement the combination of push notifications and Pusher’s Websocket platform when delivering data to both connected and disconnected destination devices. A push notification can be sent with either a single HTTP request or a single call to a Pusher SDK.
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The Pusher Websocket Haskell SDK by Sid Raval simplifies the integration of the Pusher API in server apps using the Haskel language platform. Developers can use the SDK to trigger single- or multi-channel events and to retrieve single- or multi-channel data.
The Pusher Websocket Haskell SDK by Michael Walker allows developers to build Haskell apps using the Pusher Websocket (client) protocol. The SDK is equipped with a variety of features that include clusters, channel subscription and unsubscription, bindind and unbinding event handlers, client events conveyance, and pusher close codes among others.
The Pusher Websocket C++ SDK by Niv is a rudimentary C++ client for the Pusher Websocket platform. Its functional attributes includes support for implementing and maintaining Pusher connection in a background thread, callback for errors and connection state change events, tracking of channels subscriptions and automatic subscription renewals, and private channels support. Notably, the SDK does not provide SSL support due to its internal functional design. Its deployment requires the C++11 and the libjansson for JSON parsing dependencies.
The Pusher Websocket Swift SDK by Pusher allows developers to integrate the Pusher API in iOS, macOS, and tvOS applications. Its documentation provides installation procedures for CocoaPods and Carthage. The SDK can also be deployed in Objective-C applications.
The Pusher Websocket Android SDK by Pusher, although a Java platform, is designed to optimize interactions with Android mobile applications. Developers can work with the SDK when integrating the Pusher Notifications API or the Pusher HTTP API. The SDK’s documentation provides the installation link of Gradle dependency.