I'm trying to sell your service to my customer. He get a lot of targeted traffic and he could be happy to communicate with notification to his customers. So I promised to him I'd installed your service, but...

Dosen't work push on Chrome. I followed this guide:


My website is


I get this error

(pushwoosh-chrome.js:82) Error while service worker registration DOMException: Failed to register a ServiceWorker: A bad HTTP response code (404) was received when fetching the script.

May someone help me? I want to become a customer!

asked 18 Jan '16, 10:47
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Thank you for contacting us!

Could you please kindly confirm that you had followed our Chrome Integration Guide properly? Could it be that you've missed step #4:

"Place pushwoosh-chrome.js and service-worker.js files in the root directory of your website. If you place files elsewhere, make sure you specify the right path to service-worker.js in SERVICE_WORKER_URL variable of pushwoosh-chrome.js"

If the problem persists, don't hesitate to contact me again, I am always here to help!

Kind regards,
Nikolai Polkhovskiy
Pushwoosh Team

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answered 18 Jan '16, 12:29
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Now is work!


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answered 18 Jan '16, 13:09
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I am glad I was able to help.

Have a nice day!

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answered 18 Jan '16, 13:38
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