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ApnsPHP: Apple Push Notification & Feedback Provider

A full set of open source PHP classes to interact with the Apple Push Notification service for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch.



Thanks @jbender!


Classes hierarchy


In the Apple Push Notification Binary protocol there isn't a real-time feedback about the correctness of notifications pushed to the server. So, after each write to the server, the Push class waits for the "read stream" to change its status (or at least N microseconds); if it happened and the client socket receives an "end-of-file" from the server, the notification pushed to the server was broken, the Apple server has closed the connection and the client needs to reconnect to send other notifications still on the message queue.

To speed-up the sending activities the Push Server class can be used to create a Push Notification Server with many processes that reads a common message queue and sends parallel Push Notifications.

All client-server activities are based on the "on error, retry" pattern with customizable timeouts, retry times and retry intervals.


PHP 5.3.0 or later with OpenSSL, PCNTL, System V shared memory and semaphore support.

If you plan to use only Push and Feedback provider without the Server part you need only OpenSSL (no PCNTL, System V shared memory or semaphore):

Usually OpenSSL is built-in in standard PHP Linux distributions packages. Standard PHP 5.3.0 shipped with Mac OS X Snow Leopard just works.


... drop a line if you use ApnsPHP for your published application on the App Store! Thanks :-)

Requires php Version >=5.3.0
lib-openssl Version *

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