Modified on: Mon, 18 Jun, 2018 at 10:27 AM
1- Generate a Google API Key & a Sender Id on the FireBase
In order to send push notifications on Chrome, it is necessary to declare a Google API Key and a Sender Id on our dashboard.
- If you already have a Android application, you can use the same Ids, we explain how to retrieve them on step 2.
- If you don't have an Android app, you can create a new project.
Here are the steps to follow:
Go to the Firebase dashboard (you will need a gmail account).
Create a new Project
Access Notifcations and create an Android app
enter your Website name (the Android package name must start by 'com.' and end by '.net')
Press 'Register APP' and then continue until the popup closes.
Go In 'Project Settings' and Select 'Cloud Messaging' and select the Server key (Google API Key) and the Sender ID.
2- Recover the Google API Key on Firebase
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