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WebService::Pushover - interface to Pushover API
This document describes WebService::Pushover version 0.0.1
use WebService::Pushover; my $push = WebService::Pushover->new or die( "Unable to instantiate WebService::Pushover.\n" ); my %params = ( token => 'PUSHOVER API TOKEN', user => 'PUSHOVER USER TOKEN', message => 'test test test', ); my $status = $push->push( %params );
This module provides a Perl wrapper around the Pushover ( http://pushover.net ) RESTful API. You'll need to register with Pushover to obtain an API token for yourself and for your application before you'll be able to do anything with this module.
Inherited from WebService::Simple, and takes all the same arguments; you shouldn't need to pass any under normal use.
push() sends a message to Pushover and returns a scalar reference representation of the message status. The following are valid parameters:
- token REQUIRED
The Pushover application token, obtained by registering at http://pushover.net/apps.
- user REQUIRED
The Pushover user token, obtained by registering at http://pushover.net.
- device OPTIONAL
The Pushover device name; if not supplied, the message will go to all devices registered to the user token.
- title OPTIONAL
A string that will appear as the title of the message; if not supplied, the name of the application registered to the application token will appear.
- message REQUIRED
A string that will appear as the body of the message.
- timestamp OPTIONAL
The desired message timestamp, in Unix epoch seconds.
- priority OPTIONAL
Set this value to "1" to mark the message as high priority, or leave it unset for standard priority.
- url OPTIONAL
A string that will appear as an supplementary URL associated with the message.
Inspect the value returned by push(), which will be a Perl data structure parsed from the JSON response returned by the Pushover API. Under normal operation it will contain one key, "status", with a value of "1"; in the event of an error, there will also be an "errors" key.
No bugs have been reported.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
email@example.com, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.
Copyright (c) 2012, Steve Huff
<firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.
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