ntfy.sh | Send push notifications to your phone or desktop via PUT/POST
ntfy.sh | Send push notifications to your phone or desktop via PUT/POST
ntfy is a simple HTTP-based pub-sub notification service. It allows you to send desktop notifications via scripts from any computer, entirely without signup or cost. Made with ❤ by Philipp C. Heckel, Apache License 2.0, source at https://heckel.io/ntfy.

I found this a few days ago, and use it as alternative to #gotify(up) for notifications on my phone.

I get notifications for SchildiChat (Matrix) and notifications from shell. for example notify me about finished backup from my servers.

#ntfy has advantages over gotify. ntfy can send imagrs, audios, files and even click-events (open a link for example).

and the dev is very good in support and fast. we solved together my Huawei p30, which kills all connections on activating and deactivating the screen (stupid huawei). So the notification works better than #gotifyup…

Installation of Server is easy as fuck. Install deb-package and configure your webserver. Very, very good manuals on the Website. Once installed, the Same website is available with example links to your own installation.

thumbs up!!

Jakob :lemmy:
1urte bat

oh i really use it for notifications for schildichat from my own matrix-server. so i need no other notification-provider.

and i build a little monitoring with it for my private servers. Every time a server crashes, i get a notification on my phone. are the crashes annoying, i have to improve my services. :-)

or think about some service, which puts out a pdf, you need. let’s send this directly by notification…

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