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[aerogear-dev] Google Summer of Code: AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration

Matthias Wessendorf
Hi all,

I am very happy to welcome Idel Pivnitsky this year as our Google Summer of Code student. Idel is an active community member since last years GSoC project, where he directly worked on our WebPush Server effort.

This year Idel will work on WebPush and its integration into our UnifiedPush Server.

Please join me in welcoming Idel to work on WebPush at AeroGear this summer!

Greeting,
Matthias

Attached is the abstract

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AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration


Abstract:
The AeroGear UnifiedPush Server is a powerful and scalable server that allows sending push notifications to different (mobile) platforms. And now it’s time to extend it and add supporting for a new WebPush protocol, which will allow to send push notifications to the web browsers, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The project also supposes integration of AeroGear WebPush Server with UPS, which will allow to send push notifications to any device without requirement to use vendor’s push­ messaging systems (Google Cloud Messaging, Mozilla Push Service).


Expected results:
- Add WebPush support for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers into UPS.
- Integrate AeroGear WebPush server with UnifiedPush Server.
- Good test coverage for the new code (unit and integration testing).
- Documentation for all new developments and changes.
- Demo applications for showing the work of WebPush protocol in action with UPS:
  - pure WebPush demo: AeroGear UPS to WebPush Server, which delivers to a browser/device;
  - GCM/MPS push, triggered by UPS. On browser/device push message is received on WebPush APIs.

Possible additional tasks which could be done:
- Java client for AppServer (similar as a current client for User Agents).
- Rewrite java clients with native Java 9 HTTP/2 API.
- Port webpush­codec directly to Netty. It will simplify WebPush Server code base and attract other developers to improve the core of the protocol.
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Re: [aerogear-dev] Google Summer of Code: AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration

danielbevenius
Great news, glad to hear that!

On 23 April 2016 at 12:51, Matthias Wessendorf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I am very happy to welcome Idel Pivnitsky this year as our Google Summer of Code student. Idel is an active community member since last years GSoC project, where he directly worked on our WebPush Server effort.

This year Idel will work on WebPush and its integration into our UnifiedPush Server.

Please join me in welcoming Idel to work on WebPush at AeroGear this summer!

Greeting,
Matthias

Attached is the abstract

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration


Abstract:
The AeroGear UnifiedPush Server is a powerful and scalable server that allows sending push notifications to different (mobile) platforms. And now it’s time to extend it and add supporting for a new WebPush protocol, which will allow to send push notifications to the web browsers, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The project also supposes integration of AeroGear WebPush Server with UPS, which will allow to send push notifications to any device without requirement to use vendor’s push­ messaging systems (Google Cloud Messaging, Mozilla Push Service).


Expected results:
- Add WebPush support for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers into UPS.
- Integrate AeroGear WebPush server with UnifiedPush Server.
- Good test coverage for the new code (unit and integration testing).
- Documentation for all new developments and changes.
- Demo applications for showing the work of WebPush protocol in action with UPS:
  - pure WebPush demo: AeroGear UPS to WebPush Server, which delivers to a browser/device;
  - GCM/MPS push, triggered by UPS. On browser/device push message is received on WebPush APIs.

Possible additional tasks which could be done:
- Java client for AppServer (similar as a current client for User Agents).
- Rewrite java clients with native Java 9 HTTP/2 API.
- Port webpush­codec directly to Netty. It will simplify WebPush Server code base and attract other developers to improve the core of the protocol.
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Re: [aerogear-dev] Google Summer of Code: AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration

Idel Pivnitskiy
Thank you friends!

Happy to continue to work with you! WebPush protocol holds out great hope for this year and it will be cool to integrate it with UPS!

Best regards,
Idel Pivnitskiy
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On Sat, Apr 23, 2016 at 5:20 PM, Daniel Bevenius <[hidden email]> wrote:
Great news, glad to hear that!

On 23 April 2016 at 12:51, Matthias Wessendorf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I am very happy to welcome Idel Pivnitsky this year as our Google Summer of Code student. Idel is an active community member since last years GSoC project, where he directly worked on our WebPush Server effort.

This year Idel will work on WebPush and its integration into our UnifiedPush Server.

Please join me in welcoming Idel to work on WebPush at AeroGear this summer!

Greeting,
Matthias

Attached is the abstract

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration


Abstract:
The AeroGear UnifiedPush Server is a powerful and scalable server that allows sending push notifications to different (mobile) platforms. And now it’s time to extend it and add supporting for a new WebPush protocol, which will allow to send push notifications to the web browsers, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The project also supposes integration of AeroGear WebPush Server with UPS, which will allow to send push notifications to any device without requirement to use vendor’s push­ messaging systems (Google Cloud Messaging, Mozilla Push Service).


Expected results:
- Add WebPush support for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers into UPS.
- Integrate AeroGear WebPush server with UnifiedPush Server.
- Good test coverage for the new code (unit and integration testing).
- Documentation for all new developments and changes.
- Demo applications for showing the work of WebPush protocol in action with UPS:
  - pure WebPush demo: AeroGear UPS to WebPush Server, which delivers to a browser/device;
  - GCM/MPS push, triggered by UPS. On browser/device push message is received on WebPush APIs.

Possible additional tasks which could be done:
- Java client for AppServer (similar as a current client for User Agents).
- Rewrite java clients with native Java 9 HTTP/2 API.
- Port webpush­codec directly to Netty. It will simplify WebPush Server code base and attract other developers to improve the core of the protocol.
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Re: [aerogear-dev] Google Summer of Code: AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration

Luke Holmquist
YAY,  nice to see this (and by extension, the Mobile Web) getting some love


On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 3:32 PM, Idel Pivnitskiy <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thank you friends!

Happy to continue to work with you! WebPush protocol holds out great hope for this year and it will be cool to integrate it with UPS!

Best regards,
Idel Pivnitskiy
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On Sat, Apr 23, 2016 at 5:20 PM, Daniel Bevenius <[hidden email]> wrote:
Great news, glad to hear that!

On 23 April 2016 at 12:51, Matthias Wessendorf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I am very happy to welcome Idel Pivnitsky this year as our Google Summer of Code student. Idel is an active community member since last years GSoC project, where he directly worked on our WebPush Server effort.

This year Idel will work on WebPush and its integration into our UnifiedPush Server.

Please join me in welcoming Idel to work on WebPush at AeroGear this summer!

Greeting,
Matthias

Attached is the abstract

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AeroGear WebPush and UnifiedPush Server integration


Abstract:
The AeroGear UnifiedPush Server is a powerful and scalable server that allows sending push notifications to different (mobile) platforms. And now it’s time to extend it and add supporting for a new WebPush protocol, which will allow to send push notifications to the web browsers, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The project also supposes integration of AeroGear WebPush Server with UPS, which will allow to send push notifications to any device without requirement to use vendor’s push­ messaging systems (Google Cloud Messaging, Mozilla Push Service).


Expected results:
- Add WebPush support for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers into UPS.
- Integrate AeroGear WebPush server with UnifiedPush Server.
- Good test coverage for the new code (unit and integration testing).
- Documentation for all new developments and changes.
- Demo applications for showing the work of WebPush protocol in action with UPS:
  - pure WebPush demo: AeroGear UPS to WebPush Server, which delivers to a browser/device;
  - GCM/MPS push, triggered by UPS. On browser/device push message is received on WebPush APIs.

Possible additional tasks which could be done:
- Java client for AppServer (similar as a current client for User Agents).
- Rewrite java clients with native Java 9 HTTP/2 API.
- Port webpush­codec directly to Netty. It will simplify WebPush Server code base and attract other developers to improve the core of the protocol.
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