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Once you are logged in you will need to click the ‘Add Project’ button to start creating a project.
You will then be asked to add a name and description to your project, please add both of these then choose the platform you want to configure. You can choose between the channels: iOS, Android, Web or SMS.
Creating a project
Once you have added all of your details and chosen the selected channel press 'Configure'
If you would like to configure your project later select 'Create' not 'Configure'
Here is a video example of how to add your app to the 2mee platform
To configure your project with Apple APNS follow the steps bellow:
- 1.Upload your p12 Certificate
- 2.Enter the APNS password
- 3.Click Configure SDK
The flow for configuring your Android app is also similar to iOS, see the below steps for how to configure Android.
- 1.Add your FCM server Key
- 2.Add the FCM Project Number
- 3.Click Configure SDK
FCM Server Key
Here is a video example of how to add your FCM server key or APNS certificate to your app on the 2mee platform
Once you have added your .p12 certificate you will be given the option to download the 2mee SDK. You will be given an option of which SDK you would like to install:
Once you have chosen your SDK, see the documentation for installing the 2mee SDK above
A secret key is generated on the exchange which should be given to your developer. Your developer must add this to the SDK for that specific app which then allows the app to have access to the exchange project.
2mee Exchange Keys
The client ID and Secret key will differ for every project meaning this is specific to each company and also each app for each company.
Here is a run through of how to gather your Exchange keys & ID's from the 2mee platform
After you have installed the 2mee SDK on your iOS or Android device you will need to publish your app to testflight. Once the app is published you need to use the app with the SDK installed to gather a user/device count. After you have the SDK installed on an active device, please click the check users button so that 2mee can check the SDK is installed correctly and active.
Upon 2mee recognising that you have an active user/device the finished installation button will appear for you to click and finish the installation the 2mee SDK.
Here is a video example of how to check the 2mee SDK is configured correctly with your application