Send push notifications from Spring Boot server-side application using FCM

As you probably noticed, I familiarize myself with the subject of Firebase Cloud Messaging push notifications recently.

This time I would like to share with you my push notifications server-side application. The app is made with Spring Boot framework.

Provided example covers most common notifications sending use cases such as: sending push notification to a topic, directly to the users’ device or sending messages with additional data payload.

This post is not a step-by-step tutorial. I’ll focus on the most important parts. Fully working example is available on GitHub.

If you don’t have a client-side application to receive push notifications yet, you should consider the use of Ionic app I described earlier. Have fun!

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Send your test FCM push notification with cURL

Authorization needed to send push notifications with FCM is cool and not so complicated to integrate on your server app. Take a look at documentation here.

Quicker way

Server app? Great, but sometimes you have to quickly test your FCM push notifications and not necessarily you want create a whole back-end infrastructure just to send some notifications out.

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