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Web Push Notifications Done Right

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About the event

We are continuing to hold meetups in collaboration with experts from the IT sphere and now invite you to a Tech Talk with a speaker from Microsoft!

Tech Talk agenda:

  • Why native notifications are needed;
  • The history of Web Push API and how it works;
  • The right UX for registration;
  • Best practices when sending notifications;
  • Cross-platform challenges;
  • Services, libraries, resources.

The event will be interesting for:

For all techies who want to understand push notifications and enhance their skills in this area.


Topics and speakers

Maxim Salnikov

Maxim Salnikov

Developer Productivity Lead at Microsoft, Tech Communities Lead, Keynote Speaker.

16:00 UTC

Web Push Notifications Done Right

About the topic

Finally, Web Push API is available for all major browsers and platforms. It's a feature that can take your users' experience to the next level or ... ruin it! In my session, after a tech intro into how Web Push works, we'll explore implementing smart permission request dialogues, various types of notifications themselves, and communicating with your app for more sophisticated scenarios – all done right, with the best possible UX.

About the speaker

Maxim Salnikov is a tech and cloud community enthusiast based in Oslo. With over two decades of experience as a web developer, he shares his extensive knowledge of web platforms, cloud computing, and AI by speaking at and providing training for developer events worldwide. By day, Maxim plays a crucial role in supporting the development of cloud and AI solutions within European companies, serving as the leader of developer productivity at Microsoft. In the evenings, he can be found running events for Norway's largest web and cloud development communities. Maxim is passionate about exploring and experimenting with Generative AI possibilities, including AI-assisted development. To share his insights and connect with like-minded professionals globally, he founded and organized the inaugural Prompt Engineering Conference, the first of its kind on a global scale.

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