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# Script to send push notifications for each song in a Phish Setlist via an updateable Push Notification.
# Script to send push notifications for each song in a Phish Setlist via an updateable Push Notification.
# Place a config.yml in the same directory as the script and your push notification PEM file.
#
# Config Format:
# push_token: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
# phish_api_key: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
# push_mode: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX # development or production
require 'apnotic'
require 'phish_dot_net_client'
require 'awesome_print'
require 'yaml'
show_date = ARGV[0]
if show_date
script_config = YAML.load(File.read(File.expand_path('../config.yml', __FILE__)))
PhishDotNetClient.apikey = script_config["phish_api_key"]
the_show = PhishDotNetClient.shows_setlists_get :showdate => show_date
push_body = ""
if script_config["push_mode"] == "development"
connection = Apnotic::Connection.new(cert_path: "pushcert.pem", url: "https://api.development.push.apple.com:443")
else
connection = Apnotic::Connection.new(cert_path: "pushcert.pem")
end
token = script_config["push_token"]
notification = Apnotic::Notification.new(token)
notification.apns_id = SecureRandom.uuid
notification.apns_collapse_id = "Phish " + the_show[0]["showdate"] + ": "
notification.mutable_content = true
the_show[0]["setlistdata"].sets.each do |set_data|
set_name = set_data.name + ": "
set_data.songs.each do |song|
song_str = set_name + song.title
push_body = push_body + set_name + song.title + "\n"
set_name = ""
push_content = {'title' => song_str, 'body' => push_body}
puts push_content
notification.alert = push_content
response = connection.push(notification)
# read the response
puts ""
puts response.ok? # => true
puts response.status # => '200'
puts response.headers # => {":status"=>"200", "apns-id"=>"XXXX"}
puts response.body # => ""
puts ""
sleep(5)
end
end
connection.close
else
puts "Usage ruby send_push.rb SHOWDATE(Format:YYYY-MM-DD)"
end
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