Promised based wrapper for the browser's Notification API made in ECMAScript 6.
How to use:
Load the library:
Then you can verify the compatibility, ask permission and send a notification:
// check supporttsuchi
All methods return a promise.
This methods check if the browser support notifications.
This method verify if you has permissions to use notifications, if you never asked for permission ask the user.
This method receive a string with the title of the notification and an object who can has the following attributes:
If there wasn't any problem with the notification you can execute the then callback who receive the notification object with the methods on and off who are a promised addEventListener and removeEventListener.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015 Sergio Daniel Xalambrí
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