Laravel 7 Push Notification to Android and OIS Example

Laravel 7 Push Notification to Android and OIS Example

Laravel send push notification example. In this tutorial, you will learn how to send push notification to android and ios mobiles in laravel apps.

Sending push notifications to mobile devices are very easy things with laravel. You can use send push notification in android and ios device without using any laravel package.

This tutorial will guide you on how to send push notification in laravel with google FCM using CURL request and helper.

This tutorial uses CURL request for calling fcm api to send push notification on mobile devices, and custom helper, where you can define a send notification function. And last google FCM key.

Prerequisite

If you want to send push notification in laravel app without using package. So you need to one thing only that is google FCM.

Laravel Push Notification Fcm Example

Just follow the below three steps and send push notification fcm on android and ios mobiles using CURL and helper.

Step 1: Create a Helper File

First of all, Navigate to App directory and inside this directory create a new file new helpers.php.

Now update the following code into your helpers.php file as follow:

app/helpers.php

<?php
 
  function send_notification_FCM($notification_id, $title, $message, $id,$type) {

    $accesstoken = env('FCM_KEY');

    $URL = 'https://fcm.googleapis.com/fcm/send';


        $post_data = '{
            "to" : "' . $notification_id . '",
            "data" : {
              "body" : "",
              "title" : "' . $title . '",
              "type" : "' . $type . '",
              "id" : "' . $id . '",
              "message" : "' . $message . '",
            },
            "notification" : {
                 "body" : "' . $message . '",
                 "title" : "' . $title . '",
                  "type" : "' . $type . '",
                 "id" : "' . $id . '",
                 "message" : "' . $message . '",
                "icon" : "new",
                "sound" : "default"
                },

          }';
        // print_r($post_data);die;

    $crl = curl_init();

    $headr = array();
    $headr[] = 'Content-type: application/json';
    $headr[] = 'Authorization: ' . $accesstoken;
    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);

    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_URL, $URL);
    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, $headr);

    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_POST, true);
    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $post_data);
    curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);

    $rest = curl_exec($crl);

    if ($rest === false) {
        // throw new Exception('Curl error: ' . curl_error($crl));
        //print_r('Curl error: ' . curl_error($crl));
        $result_noti = 0;
    } else {

        $result_noti = 1;
    }

    //curl_close($crl);
    //print_r($result_noti);die;
    return $result_noti;
}

Step 2: Add Fcm Key in .env

Go to your project root directory and open .env file. Then update fcm key as follow:

FCM_KEY =

Now, you can use your google fcm key as follow

$accesstoken = env('FCM_KEY');

Step 3: Send Notification

Next step, open your controller file and you can call send_notification_FCM($notification_id, $title, $message, $id,$type) from helpers.php with following parameters.

public function notifyUser(Request $request){

   $user = User::where('id', $request->id)->first();

   $notification_id = $user->notification_id;
   $title = "Greeting Notification";
   $message = "Have good day!";
   $id = $user->id;
   $type = "basic";

   $res = send_notification_FCM($notification_id, $title, $message, $id,$type);

   if($res == 1){

      // success code

   }else{

     // fail code
   }
   

}

send_notification_FCM() with following parameter $notification_id, $title, $message, $id,$type. When you want to send push notification to the mobile device, that time you need to call the send_notification_FCM() with specified parameters.

Conclusion

In send push notification in laravel tutorial, you have learned how to send push notification fcm using CURL and helper without using package in laravel.

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