Azure Notification Hubs should be able to deliver messages to users via web browsers.
Basically this would replace the need for hosting SignalR unless you're building something like a chatroom.771 votes
Push to web is on our roadmap and we will update once we have a more concrete ETA.
I think you know that we have products addressing the same problem as we are. but they do it simpler than we are. For example Firebase code required from dev- much less than Notification Hub.
"You no longer have to write your own registration or subscription retry logic. " - why we can't do something simple like that!
Recently when we discussed with customer usage of notification hub and I can't explain why they should use it instead of firebase after feature comparison12 votes
We agree and want to make things as easy as possible for you.
FCM has a concept of a "data" message, similar to WNS Raw message, that permits an arbitrary JSON payload. They include the ability to wake backgrounded apps to allow them to handle the incoming message (rather than going directly to the OS notification manager).
Azure should replicate this support and include the ability to use them with Template registrations.1 vote
on our backlog to support
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