Pusher.com APIs

Stable Version 3.0.0 (O10)
Also available for 9.1
Published on 13 September 2018 by 
LINKIT R&D
LINKIT R&D
Created on 12 August 2016
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Pusher.com API's is an extension where you can find the basic implementation of the API's from Pusher. Currently only the Pusher Channels API is implemented. You can send a message from a server to all connected clients. On the clients the message will be received in an OnNotify action, which means that you can build your own client-functionality around the message. You can show the message in an alert or feedback message block. You can also trigger one or more actions based on the value of message (for instance refresh a (part of a) screen, redirect to another page or logout).
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Pusher.com API's

Pusher.com API's is an extension with the basic implementation of the different API's from Pusher.

You can send a message from a publisher to all connected subscribers.

On the subscribers the message will be received in an OnNotify action, which means that you can build your own functionality around the message.

You can show the message in an alert or feedback message block.

You can also trigger one or more actions based on the value of message (for instance refresh a (part of a) screen, redirect to another page or logout).


How to use Pusher Channels

There is one webblock: PusherSubscriber, which should be added to the page/webblock where you want to implement the Pusher notification actions.

There is one action: PusherPublish, which should be called when you want to push a message to all the clients.

There is one site-property: PusherEnableLogging, which should be set to enable/disable the Pusher logging to the browsers console.


In order to get everything working, you need to get an account (they also have a free account), setup your first application and fill in the mandatory input parameteres of  the PusherClient webblock and PusherServer action.


Kind regards,


Remco Dekkinga 

What’s new (3.0.0)

Pusher.com renewed their product portfolio. They moved away from the WebSockets and started different API´s for different real-time purposes. The WebSockets API is now called Pusher Channels.

I've rewritten the different modules to take over the new logo's and to prepare for the other API's.

Next to this I've gone over the modules and used the OutSystems Best Practices wherever possible.

All the changes that I made are taken to make this module future proof.

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Pusher.com APIs has no dependencies.
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Platform
10.0.0.402
Database
All
Stack
.NET
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