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This year we’re excited to announce a new Pusher Channels cluster in the us-west-2 region in Oregon, USA! This Oregon cluster lets everybody with servers on the US West Coast achieve lower latencies at no extra charge. Last year we expanded our reach into Tokyo. To use the us3 cluster, you need to select it […]

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Messages you send via Pusher Channels have always been encrypted in transit to and from Pusher. But until recently, there wasn’t end-to-end encryption. With our new end-to-end encryption feature, you can add end-to-end encryption to your application with one line in your server configuration! This means you can prevent Pusher from reading all sensitive content […]

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Welcome to the final part of a three-part series on adding animations to React Native app. In this tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at how you can respond to the user’s gestures and animate the components involved in the interaction. Prerequisites To follow along with this tutorial, knowledge of React and React Native is […]

Pusher Channels’ “presence channel” feature lets you implement “who’s online” functionality. When clients subscribe to a presence channel, all other subscribers are notified with a pusher:member_added event. When the client unsubscribes, subscribers are notified with a pusher:member_removed event. Previously, the pusher:member_removed could be delayed by up to 230 seconds, leading to other users believing that […]

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After talking to our customers and gaining a better understanding of usage, we are updating our usage tiers to give you more generous limits. Beginning today, our free and business plans have been updated with more generous limits. This is to ensure our customers have more time and flexibility to upgrade between plans as they […]

Today we are launching a highly-requested feature for Pusher Beams to deliver secure personal push notification to authenticated users, documentation here. Your users need specifically tailored and sometimes private notifications. But current notification tools don’t provide a way for developers to securely authenticate a user to send personal information. To complicate things, apps typically have […]

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Today we are proud to announce the results in the State of APIs 2018 report. 🎉 🎉 🎉 In September 2018, we partnered with Radius Global and interviewed 400 professional application developers based in the United States and in the United Kingdom, looking to understand how they make decisions regarding API development or purchase. Here […]

Our Authorized Connections feature gives you more protection against bugs, free-loaders, and denial-of-service attempts, by giving you more control over who can connect to your Pusher Channels app. Initially released in September 2018, this feature is now out of beta! If all your connections use private or presence channels, you can enable Authorized Connections today […]

We’re excited to announce that Pusher Chatkit — a set of APIs that enables you to build bespoke in-app messaging inside your mobile and web apps — now supports Push Notifications in the Swift and Android SDKs (docs). With just a few steps, developers can ensure that Chatkit users receive missed messages as push notifications. […]

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JavaScript has proved over and over again it is going nowhere soon and that statement is even made much truer by the recent release of Angular 7. Angular is a framework used to build mobile and web applications. Its first version was released by Google in 2012 and it has seen tremendous growth ever since. […]

Pusher Channels’ new “authorized connection” feature gives you more control over who can connect to your Channels app and more visibility of who is connected. If all your connections use private or presence channels, you do not need to do any integration work, and you can enable authorized connections in your dashboard today. Pusher Channels […]

Back in September, we announced that we would remove support for TLS 1.0 in Pusher Channels. Based on feedback from many users, we have decided to extend our support for TLS 1.0. Despite less than 1% of all clients using this old protocol version, there are several environments which have poor support for newer TLS […]