Simple service for push notifications

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Push notification service
Simple push notification service to show Web Notifications.
npm install ng-push-notification

How to import:
import { PushNotificationModule } from 'ng-push-notification';

  import: [
    PushNotificationModule.forRoot(/* Default settings here, interface PushNotificationSettings */),
export class AppModule {}

How to cook:
import { PushNotificationService } from 'ng-push-notification';

export class SomeComponent {
    private pushNotification: PushNotificationService,
  ) {}

  showPush() {
      'Show me that message!',
      {/* any settings, e.g. icon */},
      6000, // close delay.
    // Or simply this:'And that too!');

  async showAnotherPush() {
    const notification = await'Returns promise with Notification object.');
    setTimeout(() => notification.close(), 1000);

Full list of settings(description is here):
export interface PushNotificationSettings {
  body?: string;
  icon?: string;
  sound?: string;
  data?: any;
  tag?: string;
  dir?: NotificationDirection;
  lang?: string;
  renotify?: boolean;
  sticky?: boolean;
  vibrate?: Array<number>;
  noscreen?: boolean;
  silent?: boolean;
  closeDelay?: number;

Default settings are these:
    dir: 'auto',
    lang: 'en-US',
    renotify: false,
    sticky: false,
    noscreen: false,
    silent: true,
    closeDelay: 6000,

The service also has these rxjs subjects:
shown$ = new Subject<Notification>();
closed$ = new Subject<Notification>();
error$ = new Subject<Notification>();
click$ = new Subject<{event: any, notification: Notification}>();

Code scaffolding

Run ng generate component component-name --project ng-push-notification to generate a new component. You can also use ng generate directive|pipe|service|class|guard|interface|enum|module --project ng-push-notification.
Note: Don't forget to add --project ng-push-notification or else it will be added to the default project in your angular.json file.


Run ng build ng-push-notification to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory.


After building your library with ng build ng-push-notification, go to the dist folder cd dist/ng-push-notification and run npm publish.

Running unit tests

Run ng test ng-push-notification to execute the unit tests via Karma.

Further help

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