[aerogear-dev] UnifiedPush js client
lholmqui at redhat.com
Mon Aug 24 13:49:05 EDT 2015
On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 1:45 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew at apache.org>
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 7:22 PM, Luke Holmquist <lholmqui at redhat.com>
>> so i decided to take a gander at the push client lib in the aerogear.js
>> project. Currently if someone would like to use it, they have a couple
>> 1. download the whole lib,
>> 2. download a custom build from the website
>> 3. download a custom build from bower
>> 4. create a custom build from source
>> In the past i think i was against breaking out pieces of the JS lib into
>> separate repo's since we could just use the AeroGearComponents repo i
>> created for custom builds. But i think with the state of the JS lib(not
>> sure where it's going), it might make sense to, at least with the push
>> lib(perhaps the simplePush polyfill also) to break those out into separate
>> repo's similar to the other client projects.
>> I think the starting vision of the project has changed, so perhaps this
>> change is good.(this should probably be a whole separate thread)
>> Now that Chrome and Safari have push in the browser, FF is getting it
>> also very soon, it's possible this part of the library will be used more
> yeah, makes sense to separate it.
> And while getting back at the JS push lib, due to more interest in browser
> based push, I think it would be good to revisit the security aspects, for
> device (installation) registration against UPS.
yea, this is an issue. Not sure the best way to approach this though.
but thats a different conversation i think
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