The Google Cloud Messaging enables you to command the collect installed on your mobile applications from the web dashboard.

Enables GCM on Android

To use GCM on an Android application, you have to :

  1. Create a GCM project here
  2. The installation instructions are slightly changed. You’ll have to:
    1. Copy the generated google-services.json to your project’s app folder.
    2. Add the GCM plugin (which will use the previous file) to your gradle configuration:
      1. In your buildscript.dependencies, add classpath ''
      2. Apply the plugin: apply plugin: ''
    3. Register the following receivers and services into your AndroidManifest.xml:

               <action android:name="" />
               <action android:name="io.apisense.sdk.gcm.register"/>
               <action android:name="io.apisense.sdk.gcm.pubsub.register"/>
               <action android:name="io.apisense.sdk.gcm.pubsub.unsubscribe"/>
               <category android:name="io.apisense.sdk.push"/>
       <activity android:name="io.apisense.sdk.push.APSGcmNotificationHandlerActivity">
               <action android:name="HANDLE_APISENSE_PUSH" />
               <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />

Enables GCM notifications on the dashboard

Once you prepared your application to receive GCM notification from APISENSE, you will have to activate the feature on the dashboard:

  1. On your home page, click on edit Profile
  2. Go to the section Mobile Applications
  3. Fill in the form with:
    • Your application name, which is only a reminder for you.
    • The server GCM key that APISENSE can use to send notifications.
    • In case of a notification, set the values you want to use on it.
  4. Confirm the form, your collects can now be remote controlled.