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Push Notifications - WonderPush

Send unlimited push notifications to iOS and Android devices.

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Advanced segmentation, automation and personalization of push messages for €1 per 1000 subscribers.

Requires the Cordova plugin wonderpush-cordova-sdk.

WonderPush push notifications are the most effective way to retain your users and grow your audience while remaining fully GDPR compliant.

https://github.com/wonderpush/wonderpush-cordova-sdk

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Installation

$ npm install wonderpush-cordova-sdk 
$ npm install @awesome-cordova-plugins/wonderpush
$ ionic cap sync

Supported Platforms

  • Android
  • iOS

Usage

React

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Angular

import { WonderPush } from '@awesome-cordova-plugins/wonderpush';


constructor(private wonderPush: WonderPush) { }

...

// Subscribe user
this.wonderPush.subscribeToNotifications()
.then(() => console.log("User subscribed to notifications"))
.catch((error: any) => console.error(error));


// Send an event (a purchase in this example)
this.wonderPush.sendEvent('purchase', {
float_price: 12.99,
string_sku: "X123456"
});

// Tag users (as customers)
this.wonderPush.addTag('customer');

// Personalize
// 1. Store user details.
// 2. Use those details to create segments.
// 3. Include those details in your notifications.
this.wonderPush.putProperties({
string_name: 'John D.',
int_age: 24
});

// GDPR
// 1. set REQUIRES_USER_CONSENT=true to enable GDPR compliance.
// 2. WonderPush doesn't start until setUserConsent(true) is called.
const onClick = (userConsent: boolean) => this.wonderPush.setUserConsent(userConsent);

// Listen to notification clicks
document.addEventListener('wonderpush.notificationOpen', function(event) {
console.log('Notification opened', event.notification);
if (event.notificationType === 'data') {
console.log('Silent notification', event.notification);
}
});