PWA for progressive ConnectyCube platform

Posted by iris on March 5, 2019

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) become popular currently.

Google Play supports Progressive Web Apps already.

Apple iOS 12.2 brings more things for PWA support like a maintainable app state.


ConnectyCube is also going to be a part of the solution and adjust its JS SDK to comply with PWA requirements.


What does PWA mean anyway?

It means that if you have a website which meets certain requirements, you can transform it easily to a mobile app.

You can re-use your code and with minimal changes build an Android or iOS app from it.

Users will not need to open a browser to access it. PWA can have an icon like native standalone apps do.

Also if the user was previously logged in your application via browser on his device, upon installing the PWA app he should be logged in automatically.


What does a Web app need to be a Progressive Web App?

Here is the list of requirements to be met:
– responsive UI
– cross-browser support
– offline mode support (data cache, app URLs load while offline)


We are going to improve our JS SDK to meet PWA requirements.

Stay tuned!


Sending Broadcast messages via ConnectyCube admin panel

Posted by Charlie on February 28, 2019


Wonderful news! We know a lot of our customers are expecting this feature and we are proud to let you know that now you can send images in Broadcast Messages sent via ConnectyCube dashboard. The flow is as follows:

0. In Dashboard navigate to the settings of the needed dialog and create a Broadcast chat or open an existing one by clicking on the chat ID:

1. Enter the text message you would like to send

2. Click Browse and choose the image you would like to send

3. Click Upload to upload the image to the storage. You’ll see the image id appearing in the text box above once it is uploaded.

4. Click Send to participants to send the broadcast message with the image to your application users Here is a screenshot of the flow:

Your questions is always appreciated!


ConnectyCube API for message search on the server

Posted by iris on February 19, 2019


We are happy to let you know about our new feature – API for searching messages on the server!

This feature allows searching messages and chats in chat history on the server by a word or phrase.

Feel free to check our documentation for more details.

SDKs with this feature added shall follow soon.

Keep an eye for further updates.


Your feedback is always welcome!