Connecting to Push Notification Services

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## AWS SNS
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== AWS SNS ==
  
To create a service for connecting to Amazon S3 storage, follow these steps.
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To create a service for connecting to Amazon SNS, follow these steps.
  
 
*Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
 
*Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
 
*Click Create.
 
*Click Create.
*Set the Service Type to 'AWS SNS.'
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*Set the Service Type to AWS SNS.
 
*Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
 
*Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
 
*Go to the Config tab for the new service.
 
*Go to the Config tab for the new service.
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*Click Create Service to save your new service.
 
*Click Create Service to save your new service.
 
*Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.
 
*Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.
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[[DreamFactory/Tutorials/Sending_Push_Notifications|Example of Sending Push Notifications]]

Latest revision as of 22:52, 14 July 2016

AWS SNS

To create a service for connecting to Amazon SNS, follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to AWS SNS.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Go to the Config tab for the new service.
  • Enter your AWS access key, secret key, and region.
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.


Example of Sending Push Notifications