23 May '15, 4am

Sending Push Notifications to Android/iOS using Parse from Ruby on Rails via /r/Android

Self promotion is meant for community members only : - Your account must be at least 3 months old. - You must have a reasonable posting history (meaning you've posted in /r/Android and/or related subreddits previously and not just to promote your app . - You will be expected to interact with users in your thread. - Your post must be a self post and provide a decent amount of information about your app. A few sentences and a link won't cut it. - Be reasonable with how often you promote your app.

Full article: http://www.reddit.com/r/Android/comments/36yf1a/sending_p...

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