PushoverForPS

1.1.1

The PowerShell PushoverForPS module provides commands for interacting with the Pushover API to send notifications to Android, iOS, and desktop browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari directly from PowerShell.

Send-Pushover is used to generate notifications with the Pushover API.

Receive-PushoverReceipt is used to retrieve the state of Emergency priority not
The PowerShell PushoverForPS module provides commands for interacting with the Pushover API to send notifications to Android, iOS, and desktop browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari directly from PowerShell.

Send-Pushover is used to generate notifications with the Pushover API.

Receive-PushoverReceipt is used to retrieve the state of Emergency priority notifications that have to be acknowledged.

Test-PushoverKey validates user/group keys and/or device names.

Stop-PushoverRetry stops Emergency priority notification retries.

Receive-PushoverSound retrieves the list of currently available sounds that can be triggered on devices.

For more information run Get-Help PushoverForPS.

Minimum PowerShell version

3.0

Installation Options

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Install-Module -Name PushoverForPS -RequiredVersion 1.1.1

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Author(s)

Chris Carter

Copyright

(c) 2016 Chris Carter. All rights reserved.

Owners

Tags

Pushover PushoverAPI Notifications Android iOS Desktop Chrome Firefox Safari

Functions

Send-Pushover Test-PushoverKey Receive-PushoverReceipt Stop-PushoverRetry Receive-PushoverSound

Dependencies

This module has no dependencies.

Release Notes

Added Pipeline input for all commands. Introduced rate limiting Any command that tries to send identical requests withing five seconds of each other will be paused until 5 seconds has been reached. This is due to the limitations outlined by the Pushover API.

I'm still going back and forth on the type of the response returns from the various commands. Right now they are PSCustomObject, but I thought about making them a custom type. Plus, I also keep going back and forth about whether the properties returned should be more in line with .NET and be $response.CalledBackAt vs their current form straight from the Pushover API, $response.Called_Back_At. Any opinions on this would be welcome.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.6 1,260 6/24/2016
1.5 25 6/22/2016
1.2.1 24 6/22/2016
1.2 20 6/22/2016
1.1.1 (current version) 20 6/21/2016
1.1 19 6/21/2016
1.0 22 6/20/2016