August 31, 2018

Push Notifications for Progressive Web Apps Using IBM Cloud Push Notification Service

We're going to show you how to use the IBM Cloud Push Notification Service with a progressive web app to push notifications to both web and mobile browsers.

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August 24, 2018

Setting up IAM Policies for Push Notifications Service Instance

IBM Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM) enables defining roles and policies to be set in an IBM Cloud user's account, allowing owners of the Push Notifications service to control the access to the instances, with varying levels.

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December 18, 2016

An enhanced Bluemix mobile dashboard with MobileFirst Foundation integration

This blog post gives you an intro to an Enhanced Bluemix Mobile Dashboard. Mobile Dashboard is an enhanced App Builder with simpler Push Notifications, Analytics integration and with added support for iOS swift code generation.

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July 5, 2016

Push Notification Service is now enabled for OpenWhisk

Do you want to send push notifications to your mobile app users in response to an event? This is now available out of the box with the event-driven compute service OpenWhisk on Bluemix.

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February 2, 2016

Creating Cordova applications with Bluemix

You can now can create Cordova applications that use a mobile backend on Bluemix for security, push notifications, and monitoring. Not familiar with Cordova? Apache Cordova is an open-source framework for creating mobile applications with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You do not need to know about native application programming for iOS or Android to create a Cordova application. Cordova generates the native apps with command-line tools.

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May 1, 2015

LED “Hello World!” with Particle (Spark) Core, Android & Bluemix

To turn an LED on or off is the "Hello World!" of the Internet of Things. Having control over a device is the key goal of this project and it opens up a way for you to expand to control other devices or other electronic components. This simple tutorial will demonstrate how to use Bluemix's Node-RED and Push Service to communicate with a Particle (Spark) Core device. Also, Android will be part of this and be able to communicate with the device and receive notification messages whether from the IBM Push Service or the Android app itself, every time when a user turns the LED on or off.

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