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Meet Web Push for Safari
Bring better notifications to your websites and web apps in Safari on macOS with Web Push. We'll show you how you can remotely send notifications to people through the web standards-based combination of Push API, Notifications API, and Service Workers.
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- Notifications API
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- Sending web push notifications in web apps, Safari, and other browsers
- Service Worker API
♪ ♪ Brady Eidson: Hello. My name is Brady Eidson. I'm an engineer on the WebKit Architecture team. I am thrilled to introduce you to Web Push in Safari. Web Push lets you remotely send notifications to your web application's users. Here, a notification displays from webkit.org in the upper-right of the screen. Clicking the notification opens a WebKit blog post in a new window. Before I get into other details on how this works, I want to answer a few questions up front I know many of you will have.
Web Push is supported in Mac Safari beginning with macOS Ventura. And Web Push will be coming to iOS and iPadOS next year.
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