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A minimalist JavaScript library for desktop notifications
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What is Push.js?

Push is the fastest way to get up and running with Javascript desktop notifications. A fairly new addition to the official specification, the Notification API allows modern browsers such as Chrome, Safari, and IE 9+ to push notifications to a user's desktop. Push acts as a cross-browser solution to this API, falling back to use older implementations if the user's browser does not support the new API.
Push.js is a tool in the Web Push Notifications category of a tech stack.
Push.js is an open source tool with 8.1K GitHub stars and 518 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Push.js's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Push.js?

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Push.js Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Push.js?
OneSignal is a high volume push notification service for websites and mobile applications. OneSignal supports all major native and mobile platforms by providing dedicated SDKs for each platform, a RESTful server API, and a dashboard.
Apple Push Notification Service
It is the centerpiece of the remote notifications feature. It is a robust, secure, and highly efficient service for app developers to propagate information to iOS (and, indirectly, watchOS), tvOS, and macOS devices.
PushCrew enables any website to send push notifications to their users (even when they are not on the website). A simple JavaScript code makes it working on any website in less than 2 minutes. It's a fantastic new alternative to email marketing.
Free unlimited cross platform push notifications! iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Phonegap, Unity, Marmalade, Adobe Air - we support them all! Easy integration, open-source SDK.
Web Push notifications are delivered to web browsers. Currently Apple Safari on the Mavericks operating system supports Web Push notifications. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers are both working on supporting push notifications and will be releasing them soon and we’ll immediately implement them into Roost so that you can send all your push notifications across any supported browser easily and quickly.
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Push.js's Followers
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