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InboxSDK: Build Apps inside Gmail. The InboxSDK is a high level Javascript library used to easily build browser extensions that interact with both Gmail and Inbox by Google It provides all of the necessary APIs to create full-fledged applications directly inside Gmail and Inbox. Because the SDK is fully maintained and evergreen, you’ll never be forced to maintain your app.; Push.js: A minimalist JavaScript library for desktop notifications. 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.

InboxSDK and Push.js are primarily classified as "Email Inbox API" and "Web Push Notifications" tools respectively.

Push.js is an open source tool with 7.93K GitHub stars and 497 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Push.js's open source repository on GitHub.

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    What is InboxSDK?

    The InboxSDK is a high level Javascript library used to easily build browser extensions that interact with both Gmail and Inbox by Google. It provides all of the necessary APIs to create full-fledged applications directly inside Gmail and Inbox. Because the SDK is fully maintained and evergreen, you’ll never be forced to maintain your app.

    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.

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