thanks for the interest in our project
On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 11:34 AM, Vivek Pandey <vivek.pandey(a)pinelabs.com>wrote:
While going through the aerogear-server-push documentation , I could not
find an example where we can send a push message using "id" returned by
adding a new device token at /rest/registry/device.
Is there a plan to add such a support ?
We have a ticket for that:
but we did not do it, ATM, as this is hard to do for the supported
SimplePush bits (e.g. for FirefoxOS).
We thought about using the device token (e.g. from APNs or the
registrationID from GCM), but w/ SimplePush / Mozilla's FirefoxOS this is
really an URI.
However, you raised a great point, each installation gets an ID in our
database - perhaps we could use that. But that means "your application"
needs to store our ID somewhere (in addition to GCM/APNs IDs and Mozilla's
Push URI). But I do like the ideas
Is relying on unique "alias" a good option to implement the
identifying a device uniquely ?
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