# Pushwoosh notification channel for Laravel

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This package makes sending notifications using Pushwoosh a breeze.

# Contents

# Requirements

This make use of this package you need:

  • Laravel 5.5 or higher
  • PHP 7.1 or higher
  • An active Pushwoosh subscription (and use at least one Pushwoosh SDK)

# Installation

To install this package run the following command:

composer require laravel-notification-channels/pushwoosh

Next, add the following lines to your config/services.php:

'pushwoosh' => [
    'application' => env('PUSHWOOSH_APP_CODE'),
    'token' => env('PUSHWOOSH_TOKEN'),
],

You can now add the PUSHWOOSH_APP_CODE (found here) and the PUSHWOOSH_TOKEN (found here) to your environment file.

# Usage

Using this package, you can use Pushwoosh just like any other notification channel within Laravel. For more information about Laravel's notification system, see the official documentation.

Note that before you can start sending pushes you must first register users to your application using one of Pushwoosh's SDKs.

# Routing notifications

In order for Pushwoosh to know to what devices it needs to send to, you will need to add the routeNotificationForPushwoosh to your notifiable model(s), for example:

class Customer extends Model
{
    use Notifiable;
    
    public function routeNotificationForPushwoosh()
    {
        // In this example 'device_id' is a token previously
        // retrieved from Pushwoosh using one of their SDKs
        return (new PushwooshRecipient)->device($this->device_id);
    }
}

The routeNotificationForPushwoosh method may return a string, an array of strings or a PushwooshRecipient instance. For more information about the PushwooshRecipient class refer to the available methods section.

# Sending notifications

Sending a pushwoosh message is easy, add pushwoosh to your notification's via method and implement the toPushwoosh method, for example:

class WishlistItemOnSale extends Notification
{
    public function via($notifiable)
    {
        return ['pushwoosh'];
    }
    
    public function toPushwoosh($notifiable)
    {
        return (new PushwooshMessage)
            ->content('Your wishlist item ' . $this->product->name . ' is on sale, get it now!')
            ->url(route('products.show', $this->product))
            ->deliverAt(Carbon::now()->addMinutes(10));
    }
}

The toPushwoosh method may return a string or an instance of the PushwooshMessage class, for more information on the PushwooshMessage class refer to the available methods section.

You can then send a push to one user:

$customer->notify(new WishlistItemOnSale($product));

Or to multiple users:

Notification::send($customers, new WishlistItemOnSale($product));

# Available methods

This section details the public API of this package.

# PushwooshMessage

Below is a list of available methods on the PushwooshMessage class.

Method Description
campaign($campaign) Set the Pushwoosh campaign code
content($content[, $language]) Set the message content (optionally for a specific language)
deliverAt($when[, $timezone]) Set the delivery moment
identifier($identifier) Set the Pushwoosh unique identifier (defaults to the notification ID)
preset($preset) Set the Pushwoosh preset code
throttle($limit) Throttle the rollout (100-1000 pushes per second)
url($url[, $shorten]) Set the URL the message should link to
useRecipientTimezone() Respect the recipients' timezone when delivering the message
with($key, $value[, $platform]) Add a root level parameter.

# PushwooshRecipient

Below is a list of available methods on the PushwooshRecipient class.

Method Description
device($device[, ...]) Limit the delivery to the given device(s)
platform($platform[, ...]) Limit the delivery to the given platform(s)
user($user[, ...]) Limit the delivery to the given user(s)
within($lat, $lng, $range) Limit the delivery to the given geo zone
# Platforms

Below is a list of supported platforms, for the PushwooshRecipient::platform method.

  • Amazon
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • iOS
  • Mac
  • Safari
  • Windows
  • Windows Phone

# Changelog

Please see the changelog for more information on what has changed recently.

# Testing

composer test

# Contributing

If you want to contribute to this package, take a look at the contribution guide.

# Credits

# License

This product is licensed under the MIT License (MIT). Please see the License File for more information.