The configuration section of the online dashboard lets you add support for iOS, Android and Website push. It's also the place where you'll find your REST API credentials for API Authentication, and where you can delete your project.
In this document, we'll describe all the tabs contained in the Configuration section. Tabs displayed depend on the platforms configured in Your project settings.
The project configuration page displays information about your project including its creation date, owner, description, supported platforms and billing account.
By clicking on this page Edit button you access a form that lets you:
- change the project's name, and general information,
- add support for iOS, Android or Website push.
To add support for a platform, tick the corresponding checkbox. This will make the corresponding configuration tab appear. For example, once you tick iOS application, the configuration screen displays an iOS app tab.
To configure the billing account for your project, click the edit button on Your project configuration page:
To display the Website tab, make sure Website is ticked in Your project configuration.
The Website tab contains all the necessary configuration to enable Website push support. You can find out more about this tab in our Website Quickstart.
To display the Android app tab, make sure Android application is ticked in Your project configuration.
The Android app tab displays your client id and secret and lets your update your GCM Sender Auth Token / Public API access key. To find out more about how to use this tab, see our Android Quickstart.
To display the iOS app tab, make sure iOS application is ticked in Your project configuration.
The iOS app tab lets your update your Apple push certificate, specify its password if appropriate and its aps environment. To find out more about how to use this tab, see our iOS Quickstart.
This tab is where your access token and application ID are displayed. These credentials are necessary for API Authentication.
This tab lets you delete your project entirely.
Updated about a year ago