Destiny Erhabor
Feb 13, 2023 ⋅ 11 min read

Implement in-app notifications with NestJS, MySQL, and Firebase

Destiny Erhabor I'm a software developer and cloud developer passionate about sharing knowledge through technical writing.

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2 Replies to "Implement in-app notifications with NestJS, MySQL, and Firebase"

  1. Thumbs up 👍. however, I just have one question. In-app notifications and push notifications are two different kinds of notifications, but you are using them here interchangeably. So which one do you implement? Push Notification or In-App Notification?

    1. Thanks for the thumbs up.
      The two terms are often used interchangeably but for this case, it will be correct to call this an in app notifications as the application state needs to be active to receive the notifications.

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