by Douglas Campos
posted on 5 Feb 2015
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of AeroGear 1.1.0
The August release of AeroGear is focused around Push Notifications. Our client APIs got support for their matching platforms and two servers have been developed.
The AeroGear UnifiedPush Server has currently support for three different mobile platforms:
Details can be found in this blog post.
The AeroGear iOS project got a new tiny library that helps iOS application to register with the above mentioned AeroGear UnifiedPush Server. Take a look here for details about what the iOS project offers!
AeroGear.js is releasing version 1.2.0 which is centered around all things push. Included in this release is a client implementation and polyfill for Mozilla’s SimplePush specification as well as a client for the new AeroGear UnifiedPush server which allows easy management of push notifications across Android (GCM), iOS (APNS) and the web (SimplePush). We have also made some documentation improvements and added some new integration testing and continuous integration features. For more information, please check out this blog post.
AeroGear Android is releasing version 1.2.0 which brings support for push messaging using Google Cloud Messaging with AeroGear UnifiedPush Server to the library. Included in this release is a set of APIs for connecting to and handling messages from the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server as well as utility classes for managing GCM registration and message consumption. We’ve also provided a nifty tutorial as well as the basic javadocs and an API overview. For more information check out this blog post
AeroGear SimplePush Server is server side implementation of the SimplePush Protocol specification from Mozilla.
Details can be found in this blog post
The AeroGear Push Server downloadable OpenShift cartridge allows you to get both the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server and the AeroGear SimplePush Server deployed to the cloud in minutes. Check out this blog post for details.