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easy notification command on terminal using push7

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This command provides a push7 command. Using this command, you can send a push notification from your terminal to your browser using


pip install push7-cmd


First, you should add a push7 application into push7-cmd.

push7 applications add 'your_appno' 'your_apikey'
push7 applications list
push7 applications use 'your_appno'


# Send a push from stdin
push7 < a.txt

# Send a push from stdin
echo 'notification' | push7

a-time-consuming-command | push7

# Send a push with given title
echo 'notification with given title' | push7 -t 'test push'

# Send a push without stdin
push7 --title 'poe' --body 'poe'

a-command-will-cause-output-like-a-flood | push7 --body 'finish the command'

# Add new application
push7 applications add 'your_appno' 'your_apikey'

# List registed applications
push7 applications list

# Delete the application
push7 applications delete 'your_appno'

# Change default applicatios
# Default applications means : An application which this command will use when you sent a push.
push7 applications use 'your_appno'

# Help
push7 --help

All Commands

push7 applications list
push7 applications delete <appno>
push7 applications add <appno> <apikey>
push7 applications use <appno>
push7 --title title --body body

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