We have a main domain www.example.com and for each customer another subdomain e.g. customer1.example.com.

For both the main domain and the customer subdomain we want to support browser push notifications (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) via Web Push SDK 3.0.

For Chrome and Firefox we need to setup a new Firebase project. For Safari we need to setup a new Website Push ID Certificate.

When adding the certificate to Pushwoosh, the documentation states that we need to provide the Allowed domains. Does this list allow wildcards? E.g. http://*.example.com. If not, I have seen the API endpoint /configureApplication that allows me to update the safari_allowed_domains. But the API says Enterprise API, does this mean I need the Enterprise Plan to use this API?

Also, I didn't see any domain configuration that needs to be done for the Firebase integration. Is there a list of allowed domains that needs to be configured in Firebase, or is there no domain restriction in Firebase at all?

Thanks in advance for an answer.

asked 21 Aug, 11:31
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