Helper methods for generating resources required by Apple's Safari Push Notifications. This library was written while trying to implement node.js server that answers Safari, but it seems that OpenSSL's PKCS7 functions weren't available.
Upgrading from 0.2.0 to 0.3.x
generatePacakge doesn't return Buffer anymore, but a stream.
$ npm install safari-push-notifications
$ npm install git://github.com/MySiteApp/node-safari-push-notifications.git
Certificate and Private Key should be in PEM format (pKey without password for now...)
var fs =pushLib = ;var cert = fskey = fsintermediate = fswebsiteJson = pushLib;pushLib;
- Removing custom openssl functions, in favor of system libraries.
- Potentially fixing a bad data read (#12).
- Adding some tests.
- BREAKING: JSZip instead of AdmZip, returns zip file as stream instead of buffer. [#8]
- Supporting intermediate certificate [#5]
- NaN 2 [#4]
- Node 4.x support
- Node.js v0.12 support
- Using NaN for binding abstraction
- First version.
- @KenanSulayman for node 0.12 + NaN support (v0.0.2)
- @dezinezync for adding support to intermediate certificates (v0.2.0)
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