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PHP Ionic Push Notification: Send push notifications using Ionic cloud API

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This class can send push notifications using Ionic cloud API.

It can send requests to Ionic cloud API to send push notifications to one or more Android or iOS devices registered to an application.

The class can also retrieve the list of notifications sent and retrieve or remove the information of a registered device.

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ionic-push-php Release Join the chat at https://gitter.im/tomloprod/ionic-push-php License

ionic-push-php is a library that allows you to consume the Ionic Cloud API for sending push notifications (normal and scheduled), get a paginated list of sending push notifications, get information of registered devices, remove registered devices by token, ...

Ionic official documentation: Ionic HTTP API - Push.

Requirements:

  • PHP 5.1+
  • cURL

Installation:

composer require tomloprod/ionic-push-php

Configuration:

First, make sure you have your $ionicAPIToken and your $ionicProfile:

  • (string) $ionicAPIToken: The API token that you must create in Settings ? API Keys in the Dashboard.
  • (string) $ionicProfile: The Security Profile tag found in Settings ? Certificates in the Dashboard

> More information here.

If you don't know how to configure your ionic app, you can take a look here: Setup Ionic Push

Exceptions

This library could throw:

  • RequestException
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How to use:

First, instance an object as follow:

use Tomloprod\IonicApi\Push,
    Tomloprod\IonicApi\Exception\RequestException;

$ionicPushApi = new Push($ionicProfile, $ionicAPIToken);

Then you can interact (list, remove, create, ...) with device tokens, messages and notifications.

Remember that all the interactions returns an ApiResponse object instance, except __notifications->deleteAll__ that returns an array of ApiResponses.

[Device Tokens]

1) List tokens:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->paginatedList([
      // Determines whether to include invalidated tokens (boolean)
      'show_invalid' => 1,
      // Only display tokens associated with the User ID (string)
      'user_id' => $desiredUserId,
      // Sets the number of items to return per page (integer)
      'page_size' => 4,
      // Sets the page number (integer)
      'page' => 1
  ]);

  foreach($response->data as $deviceToken){        
      print_r($deviceToken);
  }

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

2) List users associated with a device token:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->listAssociatedUsers($desiredDeviceToken, [
      // Sets the number of items to return per page (integer)
      'page_size' => 1,
      // Sets the page number (integer)
      'page' => 1,
  ]);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

3) Associate a user with a device token:

try {

  $deviceToken = "c686...";
  $userId = "a99ee...";
  $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->associateUser($deviceToken, $userId);

  // The user has been associated.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

4) Dissociate a user with a device token:

try {

  $deviceToken = "c686...";
  $userId = "a99ee...";
  $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->dissociateUser($deviceToken, $userId);

  // The user has been dissociated.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

5) Create device token that was previously generated by a device platform:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->create([
      // Device token (string)
      'token' => $newToken,
      // User ID. Associate the token with the User (string)
      'user_id' => $uuid
  ]);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

6) Retrieve device information related to the device token:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->retrieve($desiredDeviceToken);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

5) Update an specific token:

try {

  $isValid = true; // Determines whether the device token is valid (boolean)
  $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->update($desiredDeviceToken, ['valid' => $isValid]);

  // The device token has been updated.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

6) Delete a device related to the device token:

try {

  $ionicPushApi->deviceTokens->delete($desiredDeviceToken);

  // The device token has been deleted.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

[Messages]

1) Retrieve specific message:

try {
  $response = $ionicPushApi->messages->retrieve($desiredMessageId);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

2) Delete a message:

try {
  $ionicPushApi->messages->delete($desiredMessageId);

  // The message has been deleted.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

[Notifications]

1) List notifications:


try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->paginatedList([
      // Sets the number of items to return per page (integer)
      'page_size' => 1,
      // Sets the page number (integer)
      'page' => 1,
      // You can also pass other fields like "message_total" or "overview" (string[])
      'fields' => [
          // Total number of messages tied to each notification.
          'message_total',
          // Get an overview of messages delivered and failed for each notification.
          'overview'
      ]
  ]);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

2) Retrieve specific notification:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->retrieve($desiredNotificationId);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

3) Delete a notification:

try {
  $ionicPushApi->notifications->delete($desiredNotificationId);

  // Notification has been deleted.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

4) Delete all notifications:

try {
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  $responses = $ionicPushApi->notifications->deleteAll();

  // Notifications have been deleted.

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

5) List messages of a notification:

try {

  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->listMessages($desiredNotificationId, [
      // Sets the number of items to return per page (integer)
      'page_size' => 1,
      // Sets the page number (integer)
      'page' => 1
  ])

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

6) Send notifications:

/
* ANDROID [OPTIONAL] CONFIG PARAMETERS
*/

// Filename of the Icon to display with the notification (string)
$icon = "icon";

// Filename or URI of an image file to display with the notification (string)
$image = "image";

// Indicates whether each notification message results in a new entry on the notification center on Android.
// If not set, each request creates a new notification.
// If set, and a notification with the same tag is already being shown, the new notification replaces the existing one in notification center.
$tag = "yourTagIfYouNeedIt";

// When this parameter is set to true, it indicates that the message should not be sent until the device becomes active. (boolean)
$delayWhileIdle = false;

// Identifies a group of messages that can be collapsed, so that only the last message gets sent when delivery can be resumed. (string)
$collapseKey = "group1";


/
* IOS [OPTIONAL] CONFIG PARAMETERS
*/

// Message Priority. A value of 10 will cause APNS to attempt immediate delivery.
// A value of 5 will attempt a delivery which is convenient for battery life. (integer)
$priority = 10;

// The number to display as the badge of the app icon (integer)
$badge = 1;

// Alert Title, only applicable for iWatch devices
$iWatchTitle = "Hi!";


// Assign the previously defined configuration parameters to each platform, as well as the title and message:
$notificationConfig = [
    'title' => 'Your notification title',
    'message' => 'Your notification message. Bla, bla, bla, bla.',
    'android' => [
        'tag' => $tag,
        'icon' => $icon,
        'image' => $image,
        'delay_while_idle' => $delayWhileIdle,
        'collapse_key' => $collapseKey
    ],
    'ios' => [
        'priority' => $priority,
        'badge' => $badge,
        'title' => $iWatchTitle
    ]
];

// [OPTIONAL] You can also pass custom data to the notification. Default => []
$notificationPayload = [
    'myCustomField' => 'This is the content of my customField',
    'anotherCustomField' => 'More custom content'
];

// [OPTIONAL] And define, if you need it, a silent notification. Default => false
$silent = true;

// [OPTIONAL] Or/and even a scheduled notification for an indicated datetime. Default => ''
$scheduled = '2016-12-10 10:30:10';

// [OPTIONAL] Filename of audio file to play when a notification is received. Setting this to default will use the default device notification sound. Default => 'default'
$sound = 'default';

// Configure notification:
$ionicPushApi->notifications->setConfig($notificationConfig, $notificationPayload, $silent, $scheduled, $sound);

try {

  // Send notification...
  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->sendNotificationToAll(); // ...to all registered devices
  // or
  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->sendNotification([$desiredToken1, $desiredToken2, $desiredToken3]); // ...to some devices

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

7) Replace existing notification with new config:


// Identifier of the notification we want to replace.
$notificationToReplace = "a86feewx...";

/
* ANDROID [OPTIONAL] CONFIG PARAMETERS
*/

// Filename of the Icon to display with the new notification (string)
$icon = "icon";

// Filename or URI of an image file to display with the new notification (string)
$image = "image";

// Indicates whether each notification message results in a new entry on the notification center on Android.
// If not set, each request creates a new notification.
// If set, and a notification with the same tag is already being shown, the new notification replaces the existing one in notification center.
$tag = "yourTagIfYouNeedIt";

// When this parameter is set to true, it indicates that the message should not be sent until the device becomes active. (boolean)
$delayWhileIdle = false;

// Identifies a group of messages that can be collapsed, so that only the last message gets sent when delivery can be resumed. (string)
$collapseKey = "group1";


/
* IOS [OPTIONAL] CONFIG PARAMETERS
*/

// Message Priority. A value of 10 will cause APNS to attempt immediate delivery.
// A value of 5 will attempt a delivery which is convenient for battery life. (integer)
$priority = 10;

// The number to display as the badge of the app icon (integer)
$badge = 1;

// Alert Title, only applicable for iWatch devices
$iWatchTitle = "Hi!";


// Assign the previously defined configuration parameters to each platform, as well as the title and message:
$notificationConfig = [
    'title' => 'Your notification title',
    'message' => 'Your notification message. Bla, bla, bla, bla.',
    'android' => [
        'tag' => $tag,
        'icon' => $icon,
        'image' => $image,
        'delay_while_idle' => $delayWhileIdle,
        'collapse_key' => $collapseKey
    ],
    'ios' => [
        'priority' => $priority,
        'badge' => $badge,
        'title' => $iWatchTitle
    ]
];

// [OPTIONAL] You can also pass custom data to the new notification. Default => []
$notificationPayload = [
    'myCustomField' => 'This is the content of my customField',
    'anotherCustomField' => 'More custom content'
];

// [OPTIONAL] And define, if you need it, a silent notification. Default => false
$silent = true;

// [OPTIONAL] Or/and even a scheduled notification for an indicated datetime. Default => ''
$scheduled = '2016-12-10 10:30:10';

// [OPTIONAL] Filename of audio file to play when a notification is received. Setting this to default will use the default device notification sound. Default => 'default'
$sound = 'default';

// Configure new notification:
$ionicPushApi->notifications->setConfig($notificationConfig, $notificationPayload, $silent, $scheduled, $sound);

try {

  // Replace notification with new configuration
  $response = $ionicPushApi->notifications->replace($notificationToReplace);

  // Do what you want with $response->data

} catch(RequestException $e) {
  echo $e;
}

Contributing:

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -m 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request
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