This is a client library for Apple’s push notification service. It is not the first such library for Python, but, as is often the way, the existing options didn’t quite meet our needs:
An APNs client is by nature stateful. The default apns-worker backend uses Python threads to asynchronously process a queue of messages to send to the service. Most users will want to maintain a global ApnsManager instance to process messages. Note that if your own program is threaded, you may need to take care to create this global instance safely.
from apns_worker import ApnsManager apns = None def init_apns(key_path, cert_path): """ Call this once at program init time. """ global apns apns = ApnsManager(key_path, cert_path) def send_badge(token, badge=1): """ Badge the app on a single device. """ apns.send_aps([token], badge=badge)
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