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Using the Push API with VAPID in Ruby

You can now use the Push API in Chrome and Firefox with “voluntary application server identification” (VAPID); in other words, you don’t need to register any app credentials with individual push servers to use this new browser protocol. This post demonstrates the “how to” with the webpush Ruby gem: https://rossta.net/blog/using-the-web-push-api-with-vapid.html

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