real-time, in-app notifications and admin for web and mobile via the command line
real-time, in-app notifications for web and mobile via the command line. see it in action
##Usage Sending notifications with Holler is as easy as four steps:
###1. Install a module
Holler is built with Node, uses Faye for communication, and uses Alertify for notifications. If you don't have Node yet, install the hell out of it. After doing so, the
npm command should be available via the command line. Then we just install Faye:
npm install faye
###2. Add a script tag
On the client, Holler can be easily configured to use a specific host and port regardless of the app's http server. This is done via a global
hollerConfig object. The
holler-client.js script tag should then be included:
###3. Start a server The server can be started with an optional port. If no port is specified, it will be defaulted to 1337.
cd path/to/holler/srcnode holler-server.js 1337
###4. Holler stuff
Show notifications to all users currently using your app in real-time using
holler.js. Notifications use Alertify so they look nice and sexy.
node holler.js log "This is a standard log message."
node holler.js success "This is a success message."
node holler.js error "This is an error message."
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