Hi, I am wondering if it is possible to register a device with PushWoosh through a remote webview in Phonegap.

For example, I am loading the website http://example.com in my Phonegap webview, and I have all the push notifications scripts on that site. The scripts are being loaded properly, but I am getting the message "Couldn't register with PushWoosh."

I have confirmed that the script is getting the proper token, device ID, and app ID, but it just won't register. If I move all the files local (the normal Phonegap way) it works fine, so there must be an issue with the remote webview.

Is there a way to do this?

Thanks

asked 15 Feb '14, 01:16
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I figured this out. For some reason the XMLHttpRequest in pushwoosh.js was not working, so I simply changed it to a jQuery ajax POST and it worked. No idea why, but I'll take it!

I put this in the helper function, and commented out what was already there:

jQuery.ajax({ type: "POST", url: url, data: params }) .done(function( msg ) { alert( "Done " + msg ); }) .fail(function( msg ) { alert( "Fail " + msg ); });

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answered 15 Feb '14, 06:17
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edited 15 Feb '14, 06:17

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