[SailfishDevel] Push Service for Sailfish OS

Yuvraaj yuvraaj at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 19:00:15 UTC 2016


I had ported libmosquitto to Diablo and Maemo so that I could use it in 
my app qgvdial.
I've even pulled out the class I used into a separate repository so that 
anyone else can use it:
https://github.com/uvatbc/simplify/tree/master/qt/mqclient

Hope this helps.
-UV

On 02/02/2016 06:04 AM, Tone Kastlunger wrote:
> AFAIK, someone had putted together a concept-proof push service.
>
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 9:14 PM, Erik Lundin <erik at lists.lun.nu 
> <mailto:erik at lists.lun.nu>> wrote:
>
>     Den 2016-02-01 kl. 19:58, skrev george b:
>
>         The only missing thing is a working push service to get a real
>         user
>         experience with a messaging application.
>
>         Does anyone know something about that? I didn't find any good
>         resources
>         about this topic on the internet.
>
>
>     There exists a question about that at TJC [1]. One idea, described
>     at [2], seems to be to use an MQTT based service. Not much seems
>     to have happened the last years though.
>
>     I'm not involved in any of this myself but thought I could share
>     what I have seen, since I also think it would be nice with some
>     push service for SFOS.
>
>     /Erik
>
>     [1] https://together.jolla.com/question/9724/push-notifications/
>     [2] https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Middleware/PushNotifications
>
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