PNServer - Web Push Notifications for your Homepage
With this package, web push notifications can be created, encrypted and sent via HTTP request. The subscriptions can be saved and managed. Optionally, the package automatically deletes expired or no longer valid subscriptions.
> Here you can read more about how to set up a secure context in the local development environment.
required PHP Libraries
Multibyte String (mbstring)
GNU Multiple Precision (gmp)
BC Math (bcmath)
there are no dependencies to other external libraries!
You can download the Latest release version from PHPClasses.org
required adaptions for your own project (in PNServiceworker.js):
// VAPID appPublic key
const strAppPublicKey = 'create your own VAPID key pair and insert public key here';
// URL to save subscription on server via Fetch API
const strSubscriberURL = 'https://www.your-domain.org/PNSubscriber.php';
// default Notification Title if not pushed by server
const strDefTitle = 'Your company or product';
// default Notification Icon if not pushed by server
const strDefIcon = './elephpant.png';
There are several websites where you can generate your own VAPID key. E.g.:
A tutorial describing the individual steps for using the package is available at PHPclasses.org.
PnTestClient.html shows a simple example Page to subscribe the push notifications.
PNTestServer.php demonstrates, how the Notification Server can be implemented:
rename MyVapid.php.org to MyVapid.php and set your own keys:
$oVapid = new PNVapid(
This package can use any PSR-3 compliant logger. The logger is initialized with a NullLogger-object
by default. The logger of your choice have to be passed to the constructor of the PNDataProvider
and set via setLogger() method to the PNServer.
If you are not working with a PSR-3 compatible logger so far, this is a good opportunity
to deal with this recommendation and may work with it in the future.
There are several more or less extensive PSR-3 packages available on the Internet.
You can also take a look at the
package and the associated blog
'PSR-3 logging in a PHP application'
as an introduction to this topic.