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Google has transitioned from Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) to Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) technology for push. We encourage developers to use FCM.

To send push notifications, Mobile Backend Services (MBS) relies on the Firebase Cloud Messaging ( FCM ) for Android applications, and the Apple Push Notification (APN) service for iOS applications. Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) is the new version of Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). To use these services in your Titanium application, you first need to enable either GCM or FCM, or APN for your application, and then configure MBS with information about your push service. This guide walks you through the process of creating and configuring push services for your application.



Configuring API Builder application for


FCM service

Once you've created a Google API project with FCM or GCM enabled, you need to update your application's settings page in Dashboard with the API key and sender ID you generated.