Push Notifications

One of the neatest features of Thingdom is that it allows you to provide push notifications to users in one line of code. After creating your thing, just do a feed call on that thing.

    
render.Feed("render_fail", "An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.");
    
    
$render->feed("render_fail", "An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.");
    
    
render.feed("render_fail", "An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.", function( result ) {

});
    
    
render.feed('render_fail', 'An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.');
    
    
render.feed('render_fail', 'An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.');
    
    
render.feed("render_fail", "An error occurred and the rendering has stopped.");
    

It's really that easy! This will automatically enter this message into the user’s feed in the Thingdom mobile app. If the user is set to receive alerts for that type of feed, they will automatically be alerted.

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