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Re: [aerogear-dev] quick question - Safari Push notifications

Luke Holmquist


On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 4:27 PM, Darren Coles <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi

As I’ve seen your the one doing all the Safari Push notifications, I just wanted to ask if that’s in the latest release? 1.1.0 UPS 

I have everything setup, followed your blog to the letter and a few others.

On the webpage via safari I get the popup for notifications and it registers it on the Aerogear UPS when I accept.

In the UPS admin I can see the safari token.

However when I send a message it always says successful, but nothing ever appears on the my system for notifications.

I’m using the .P12 web.com.rhcloud.push-wots certificate with password, which is a web push certificate fro Apple. 
The backend shows successful even when I just send to the safari variant.
in the UPS, are you selecting the "production" option when uploading the Cert? 

(Will Safari work with normal IOS push certificate, trying that today as going around in circles at the moment.
 
Can Aerogear actually handle Safari notifications and do you have a bit more of a HOWTO.

The work on this platform is fantastic, and everything else works like a dream with all the mobile devices and chrome browsers.
This is just the last thing that is driving me mad. And I can’t find any logs to tell me that anything is going wrong.

If you could take a couple of minutes to point me in the right direction I would be so grateful.

I'm glad you like the platform.  i haven't done any Safari work in probably a year now,  so things might have changed a little bit from when i wrote that blog post, but if i get the chance, i'll try to go through it again.

 

Thank you in advance, have a great day.


Darren Coles

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Luke Holmquist
So i just quickly re-read my blog post on this. 

You should be able to do Safari notifications out of the box on the latest UPS,  just by using the iOS variant.  You would just use the Web Certificate and choose the production options.( this is how it used to be,  i think ).

On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 9:14 AM, Luke Holmquist <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 4:27 PM, Darren Coles <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi

As I’ve seen your the one doing all the Safari Push notifications, I just wanted to ask if that’s in the latest release? 1.1.0 UPS 

I have everything setup, followed your blog to the letter and a few others.

On the webpage via safari I get the popup for notifications and it registers it on the Aerogear UPS when I accept.

In the UPS admin I can see the safari token.

However when I send a message it always says successful, but nothing ever appears on the my system for notifications.

I’m using the .P12 web.com.rhcloud.push-wots certificate with password, which is a web push certificate fro Apple. 
The backend shows successful even when I just send to the safari variant.
in the UPS, are you selecting the "production" option when uploading the Cert? 

(Will Safari work with normal IOS push certificate, trying that today as going around in circles at the moment.
 
Can Aerogear actually handle Safari notifications and do you have a bit more of a HOWTO.

The work on this platform is fantastic, and everything else works like a dream with all the mobile devices and chrome browsers.
This is just the last thing that is driving me mad. And I can’t find any logs to tell me that anything is going wrong.

If you could take a couple of minutes to point me in the right direction I would be so grateful.

I'm glad you like the platform.  i haven't done any Safari work in probably a year now,  so things might have changed a little bit from when i wrote that blog post, but if i get the chance, i'll try to go through it again.

 

Thank you in advance, have a great day.


Darren Coles

mobile: 0420 908 356
email: [hidden email]
web: http://www.wots.mobi 


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