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  1. This module enables you to send push notifications and receive information about sent notifications on your HTTPS ProcessWire website. It enables you to: Create a field of type FieldtypePushAlert that you can add to a page template. This is a multi-input field widget that enables you to send notifications from your page in the admin Page Edit and monitor statistics - Attempted, Delivered, Clicked, etc Send notifications from a page template directly using the API, eg to PW users who have a specific role and have subscribed to notifications Capture subscriptions on your website front end All kudos to the great support team at PushAlert and to all the ProcessWire developers who've helped me with this project. Download from the Modules directory at: https://modules.processwire.com/modules/push-alert/ or from GitHub at: https://github.com/clipmagic/PushAlert Full instructions for use are in the module README.md file. Enjoy!
  2. Background I'm creating a module to integrate https://pushalert.co/ into ProcessWire. You actually don't even need a module. You could just use the "Other Websites" javascript provided by PushAlert for basic functionality, ie send a broadcast notification to all subscribers. This is essentially what all the other integrations, including WordPress, do. The WP integration installs a widget with a form enabling the admin to enter details such as title, message, etc from a blog post. It does not: collect any statistics within the CMS about the notification enable audience fine tuning to eg a particular subscriber or subscriber segment within WP. The admin needs to use the PA dashboard for that functionality PushAlert has a javascript and REST API. It's intended that this module will use both. https://pushalert.co/documentation What my module does so far: associate a subscription with a user. FE user clicks a button on the website front end to subscribe and/or agrees to the browser popup to accept notifications from this site send broadcast push alerts from a page within admin It doesn't have a 'widget' but easy enough to create a fieldsetpage with the relevant fields and add that fs page to any appropriate templates, then with a hook, send the notification. Need to be careful that once published/sent, the notification is not automatically re-sent on subsequent page edits. Looking for help/collaboration on how best: to send a notification, eg from a blog post, then track the statistics. Dilemma is that the push notification must come from the admin page. Responses go to the sending page which, as it's an admin page, is restricted and will not accept the https response. This is where the other CMS integrations stop. The only json response from PushAlert is the status, eg 'success', and the notification id. There is no opportunity at this point to capture the sending page id. handle, 'once sent on page publish', do not automatically resend on future page edits Am thinking along the lines that FS Page will have a @kongondo runtime markup field https://modules.processwire.com/modules/fieldtype-runtime-markup/ to pull the stats from PushAlert. Every time an admin visits the page, the stats will update. Once an admin checks the 'Send notification on page publish' checkbox, a hook creates new front end page that records the 'sender page', sends the notification request to PA, which then uses that newly created frontend page, as the response endpoint. Another rook re-associates the front end page with the admin page (eg blog post), to update the stats. Potential use cases: Notify individual and/or users with a particular role of an event, eg "New work opportunity" for job seekers; new blog post published; entries now open, etc... Looking for help/ideas/collaboration on this module. Please let me know if you're interested and as I do, believe this would be a great addition to ProcessWire
  3. Hi all, Im currently building a photo sharing website and have a first version finished. Next step is to incorporate notifications in the website if a user likes one of your photo's, or comments on a photo you posted. Just like the notification bell at the top of the forums. Any idea how to approach this functionality? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hello All, I have enabled System notifications in admin and every time i load a page iam getting the following 404 notifications (everything seems to be working fine) any ideas? 404 occurred: wire/templates-admin/styles/AdminTheme.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:57 404 occurred: wire/modules/AdminTheme/AdminThemeReno/styles/main.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:56 404 occurred: wire/modules/Inputfield/InputfieldDatetime/InputfieldDatetime.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:44 404 occurred: wire/modules/AdminTheme/AdminThemeReno/styles/main.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:44 404 occurred: wire/templates-admin/styles/AdminTheme.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:43 404 occurred: wire/templates-admin/styles/AdminTheme.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:41 404 occurred: wire/modules/AdminTheme/AdminThemeReno/styles/main.css.map Chrome 56.0.2924.87 2017-03-12 16:22:40
  5. In my ProcessBlog project, I have multiple authors and would like to send notifications on a couple different kinds of events. Situation 1: First, for blog_comments (a FieldtypeComments field) on the blog posts, I'd like to email the page's creator when there is a comment posted. Since the field's settings ask for a constant value for emails to send notifications to, I'm wondering if I should hook onto this field somehow, or if there's a syntax by which I can specify the superuser(s) and the person whose post it is (their email address is stored in their user page). I looked in the FieldtypeComments module for this and didn't see an obvious place where I could tack in code to append $createduser->email Situation 2 (& 2b): Second, I created a system of posts, sort of like a ticket system, by which users can communicate with each other (without having to know personal contact info). A user would issue one of these messages (by creating a page) and select the user from a Page field of qualified users. When they publish this page, I'd like to send an email to the user that was selected ($targeteduser->email). This page also has a comments field, and I'd like one user to get an email when the other user comments (similar to the first situation, except slightly more aware of who is posting and who is referenced in the page). Since both situations deal with page saves (saves generated by FieldtypeComments in situations 1 and 2b, and general page saves with publish in situation 2), I don't want to hook this to the page save or there might be excess emails going out. Not really familiar enough with hooks to know what else to consider, and nothing jumped out at me when I browsed the Captain Hook list. I imagine I'd create a new module, possibly 2, that looks at the page template and draws information from the fields in it, but I am a little stuck beyond that and would appreciate help with as much detail as anyone is willing to go into. Thanks in advance!
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