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AeroGear Push updates to OpenShift and standalone servers

Wed, 2014-03-19 04:41

Today we are releasing a few push related artifacts

  • SimplePush Server 0.10.0
  • UnifiedPush Server 0.10.1
  • AeroGear’s Push Cartridge for OpenShift 0.10.0

While the SimplePush Server mainly contains small fixes and improvements (see Dan Bevenius’ email), the UnifiedPush Server comes with great updates to the Admin UI:

  • composing and sending push messages is now possible from within the AdminUI
  • code snippets for device registrations are generated on the different variant overviews

In his blog, Sebi Blanc is talking about the improvements.

OpenShift

Last but not least, we have also updated our OpenShift cartridge! When you now create a new AeroGear Push instance you are getting the above server releases automatically:

  • AeroGear SimplePush Server 0.10.0
  • AeroGear UnifiedPush Server 0.10.1
Have fun

and let us know what you think, or how and where we can improve!


AeroGear UnifiedPush releases

Fri, 2014-02-21 08:01

This week we had a few releases around the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server!

  • UnifiedPush Server 0.10.0
  • unifiedpush-java-client 0.5.0

The entire change log of the server can be found here:https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AGPUSH/fixforversion/12321876

A few highlights of the Server:

  • iOS7 silent/background message support
  • GCM support for Chrome browser
  • Admin UI updates and tweaks
  • Postgresql support

Get it now: http://aerogear.org/push

Our OpenShift offering: Early March we will update the OpenShift cartridge, after the 0.10.0 version of our SimplePush Server has been released.

If you have any questions or feedback – let us know!


WildFly 8 meets AeroGear UnifiedPush Server

Wed, 2014-02-12 04:02

Congrats to the WildFly team on releasing their 8.0.0.Final!

For integrating the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server with WildFly only a few steps are required!

First, download and start the server, like:

$WILDFLY_HOME/bin/standalone.sh -b 0.0.0.0

Now you just need to build the master branch of the mobile push server. For that you simply need to clone the repo:

git clone git@github.com:aerogear/aerogear-unifiedpush-server.git 

and build the source code:

cd aerogear-unifiedpush-server
mvn clean install

Now you need to deploy a database-source (here we are using H2, the Java SQL database):

cp databases/unifiedpush-h2-ds.xml $WILDFLY_HOME/standalone/deployments

Once the database is deployed (check the WildFly console output), it is time to deploy our UnifiedPush Server:

cp server/target/ag-push.war $WILDFLY_HOME/standalone/deployments

That’s all! However in order to use the mobile push server to send notifications to your mobile clients, you need to login (http://localhost:8080/ag-push) and change the default password (123) of the adminuser.

If you are interested in mobile push, you can learn more about the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server by reading our different push tutorials and guides.