|| at Apr 10, 2014 at 10:08 am
I think When you are primed to make an impression on each one of those
application introduces, your server might then organize and make an
impression on GCM defining which 'enrollment ids' ought to accept the
message. That is carried out in 1000 id clusters, however yes you can send
to a huge number of id's like this.
We've been getting this kind of inquiry a great deal recently, so we
assemble an article with some decent graphs to help represent the
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On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 8:45:27 AM UTC+5, Jack Cheung wrote:
Just wondering if Google Developers Console can be configured via API /
We want to register our new Android apps for GCM access on the Google
Developers Console, rather than adding the "<hash>;<packageId>" pair for
each android app manually
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