# Pushbullet notification channel for Laravel

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This package makes it easy to send notifications using Pushbullet (opens new window) with Laravel 5.5+, 6.x, 7.x and 8.x.

# Contents

# Installation

To get the latest version of Pushbullet Notification channel for Laravel 5.3, simply require the project using Composer (opens new window):

$ composer require laravel-notification-channels/pushbullet

Or you can manually update your require block and run composer update if you choose so:

    "require": {
        "laravel-notification-channels/pushbullet": "^1.0"

# Setting up the Pushbullet service

In your pushbullet account go to Account settings (opens new window) page. Click Create Access Token button and you will get access_token.

You need to put it to config/services.php configuration file. You may copy the example configuration below to get started:

'pushbullet' => [
    'access_token' => env('PUSHBULLET_ACCESS_TOKEN')

# Usage

# Routing Pushbullet notifications

In order to send notifications to Pushbullet you need to specify recipient for each notifiable entity. There are currently 2 options: pushbullet email or device id of recipient. To provide library with correct notification recipient you need to define routeNotificationForPushbullet method on notifiable entity.

# Sending notification to email:

public function routeNotificationForPushbullet()
    return new \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\Targets\Email($this->email);

# Sending notification to device id:

public function routeNotificationForPushbullet()
    return new \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\Targets\Device($this->pushbullet_device_id);

# Sending notification to all subscribers of channel that has tag:

public function routeNotificationForPushbullet()
    return new \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\Targets\Channel($this->channel_tag);

# Sending notification to all of the user's devices

public function routeNotificationForPushbullet()
    return new \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\Targets\UserDevices();

# via Method

On notification entity just add \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\PushbulletChannel::class item to array that is returned from via method.

# toPushbullet Method

In your notification class you also should define toPushbullet method which will return instance of \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\PushbulletMessage.

 * Get the pushbullet representation of the notification.
 * @param  mixed  $notifiable
 * @return \NotificationChannels\Pushbullet\PushbulletMessage
public function toPushbullet($notifiable)
    $url = url('/invoice/' . $this->invoice->id);

    return PushbulletMessage::create('Thank you for using our application!')
        ->title('One of your invoices has been paid!')

# Available Message methods

  • note(): set notification type to note (title and message for notification are available)
  • link(): set notification type to link (title, message and url are available)
  • title($title): (string) set notification title
  • message($message): (string) set notification message
  • url($url): (string) set notification url (will be in notification if type is link)

# Changelog

Please see CHANGELOG (opens new window) for more information what has changed recently.

# Testing

$ composer test

# Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email themsaid@gmail.com instead of using the issue tracker.

# Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING (opens new window) for details.

# Credits

# License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File (opens new window) for more information.