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Show web push notifications using Windows 10 / OSX native API

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Why native API? Because when there's a new web push notification and user misses it, there's no way to find out what it was. Using OS's native API will allow the notification to be kept in Notification Panel unit users sees it and dismiss it.

I believe Linux too have some sort of native notification APIs too.

It'd be really awesome to have native notifications support on operating systems which now have pretty good notifications APIs.

Why native API? Because when there's a new web push notification and user misses it, there's no way to find out what it was. Using OS's native API will allow the notification to be kept in Notification Panel unit users sees it and dismiss it. I believe Linux too have some sort of native notification APIs too. It'd be really awesome to have native notifications support on operating systems which now have pretty good notifications APIs.

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  • Felhasználói ügynök: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:61.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/61.0

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user1929 72 megoldás 290 válasz

On macOS, Firefox should be using the native API already - are you seeing something else?

On Windows, this is currently being worked on; you can click the "follow" button here to get notified when this feature is added.

On macOS, Firefox should be using the native API already - are you seeing something else? On Windows, this is currently being worked on; you can click the "follow" button [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1155505 here] to get notified when this feature is added.
maaxxify 0 megoldás 5 válasz

In NIghtly 67 on Windows 10 this feature still hasn't landed, although the corresponding thread on Bugzilla is marked as resolved.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1155505

Any clues what's happening with this?

In NIghtly 67 on Windows 10 this feature still hasn't landed, although the corresponding thread on Bugzilla is marked as resolved. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1155505 Any clues what's happening with this?