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What You Made – Push notification from Arduino Yún #Arduino

January 06, 2015 Matt

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Fabrizio Guglielmino shared with us a push notification service from Arduino Yún that he developed:

….what I needed was a simple notification system and looking around I was not able to find one, so I made Pushetta. The opportunity came from the integration of my pellet stove in Domitio, my home automation system. One of objectives was to get notified when pellet level was below a threshold, this information is important because some stoves fails to start,  when refilled, if pellet has been previously completely exhausted (mine is one of these).

So, Pushetta is a simple system I made to send notifications to mobile phones (and also desktop in future), components are:

  • A web site, http://www.pushetta.com
  • An API
  • Some clients libraries (eg. for Arduino Yún )
  • Some Apps (for iOS, Android and Windows Phone)

Typical use case is:

  • User interested in send notification register on pushetta.com
  • He /She defines a Channel, that is a node where send notification
  • User wants to be notified downloads the App
  • By the App he seeks interested channels and subscribes them
  • Every time a message is “pushed” to a channel subscribers receive it

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