Last few days our clients had problems with Apps that used GCM credentials to send push notifications to Android devices. This was caused by the fact that Google recently released improved version of GCM API under the Firebase brand - FCM (Firebase Cloud Messaging). Although Google says that they will continue to support the current version of GCM Android and iOS SDKs, they highly recommend everyone to upgrade to FCM in order to benefit from new FCM featur ...

This tutorial will show you how to setup Android Push Notifications for your app on SashiDo. Setup your GCM Credentials Create or login into google to get your Android application credentials (GCM Sender ID and GCM API Key). The "GCM Sender ID" is a public number that identifies the sender of a push notification. You can get it from the Dashboard by clicking on your project as displayed below. It is listed as "Project number". The GCM API Key is a server ...

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