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HTML/CSS to Image + OneSignal Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between HTML/CSS to Image and OneSignal

About HTML/CSS to Image

HTML/CSS to Image is a tool for converting code into an image (jpg, png or webp). Images render exactly like they do in Google Chrome.

About OneSignal

OneSignal is a simple and smart service that send push notifications across all platforms. OneSignal features reliable delivery of millions of notifications, segmentation and targeting, automated delivery, localization, support for all major app development tools, and real time analytics.

OneSignal Integrations

Best HTML/CSS to Image and OneSignal Integrations

  • HTML/CSS to Image Slack

    OneSignal + Slack

    Send Slack channel messages for new OneSignal notifications Read More...
    When this happens...
    HTML/CSS to Image New Notification Created
     
    Then do this...
    Slack Send Channel Message
    Appy Pie Connect helps keep your team up to date on the communications you're sending to clients without them having to go to your dashboard. We'll automatically record the notice from every new message you send to users via OneSignal while this automation is operational and upload the details to whatever Slack channel you need so everyone can see how your outreach is progressing.
    How This Integration Works
    • A new file is added to OneDrive
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that file to Box.
    What You Need
    • OneSignal account
    • Slack account
  • HTML/CSS to Image Google Sheets

    OneSignal + Google Sheets

    Create rows on Google Sheets for new OneSignal notifications Read More...
    When this happens...
    HTML/CSS to Image New Notification Created
     
    Then do this...
    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    If you send a lot of messages to your clients on a daily basis, it's a good idea to retain an accurate archive so you can sort and filter through them whenever you want. Set up this integration, and Appy Pie Connect will take care of everything. It will be triggered whenever you send new messages on OneSignal, capturing their notification and saving all the information you need in a new row on Google Sheets.
    How This Integration Works
    • A new notification is created on OneSignal
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a new row to a specific Google Sheets.
    What You Need
    • OneSignal account
    • Google Sheets account
  • HTML/CSS to Image Google Sheets

    {{item.triggerAppName}} + {{item.actionAppName}}

    {{item.message}} Read More...
    When this happens...
    HTML/CSS to Image {{item.triggerTitle}}
     
    Then do this...
    {{item.actionAppImage}} {{item.actionTitle}}
Connect HTML/CSS to Image + OneSignal in easier way

It's easy to connect HTML/CSS to Image + OneSignal without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Notification Created

    Triggers when you have one or more new notifications created.

    Actions
  • Create Image

    Generates an image from HTML/CSS

  • Create Image From a URL

    Generates an image from a URL

  • Add Device

    Add a new device in the app.

  • Send Advanced Push Notification

    Sends a new push notification to one or more devices with advanced settings.

  • Send Push Notification

    Send a simple push notification to all devices.

How HTML/CSS to Image & OneSignal Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose HTML/CSS to Image as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate HTML/CSS to Image with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select OneSignal as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate OneSignal with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of HTML/CSS to Image and OneSignal

In the 21st century, people are used to consuming their content through mobile devices. We’ve become so accustomed to accessing content from smartphones and tablets that it’s almost a given. And it’s not just the consumption of written content either; more and more people are accessing videos and images from their mobile devices as well. This is why most companies want to offer their content on mobile. However, one of the biggest challenges companies face is how to present this content in an engaging way. Many companies have learned the hard way that simply displaying a webpage on a mobile device is not enough. It is important to customize the content for the platform where you are presenting it. Companies need to create an experience that is unique for the device. For example, the reader needs to be able to navigate the site using touch gestures on a tablet or tap on links to navigate on a smartphone. The most common way of achieving this is by using mobile specific code. When using mobile specific code, a developer uses HTML5/CSS to transform or adapt the original content for a specific device (iPad, iPhone, Android etc. In order to create an experience specific for each device, these developers have to use a combination of HTML5/CSS to generate a single page app (a website that works like native apps do. for each device. This requires a lot of work and can be tricky to implement. However, if a company already has an app, they can integrate it with OneSignal. OneSignal is a push notification service that allows users to send notifications from their website or app directly to their customers’ mobile devices. A company could use OneSignal within their native app to send push notifications when they publish new content on their website or blog. This means that their customers would immediately be notified when they publish new content and would be able to access it without even opening the app. The challenge that most companies face with integrating OneSignal and HTML5/CSS into their native app, however, is that there is no existing spution available. There are some companies who claim to have integration sputions, but after reviewing them we believe that they either are not complete or not viable for production use. We think there is a need for an online spution that will allow companies to integrate OneSignal into HTML5/CSS easily and effectively.

Most companies who want to send push notifications through their website or application face the same problem. which technpogy should they use? Currently there isn’t an easy way for developers to integrate OneSignal into HTML5/CSS without creating a custom spution. But since HTML5/CSS is becoming more and more popular due to its ease of integration with native applications, many companies want to start using it for websites as well. So, what should these companies do? They don’t want to have two different sputions for sending push notifications through their website and app because that would be inefficient and unprofessional. Our proposed spution could address these issues by combining both technpogies in such a way that no custom coding is required, but yet all desired features are supported. If implemented correctly, it would mean more options for developers and a better user experience for users who receive push notifications from both OneSignal and HTML5/CSS code simultaneously. To achieve this we will need to integrate OneSignal with HTML5/CSS code at various levels in the same webpage or application. We will discuss these levels in detail later in this paper. To get started let’s take a look at our proposed spution from the ground up:

  • First we will need to create a bridge between OneSignal and HTML5/CSS code which will allow them to communicate with each other programmatically.
  • Then we will need to use this bridge in our HTML5/CSS code.
  • Finally, we will need to create the UI layer which will allow us to send information back and forth between OneSignal and HTML5/CSS components in order to activate events for each component.

Creating the Bridge Between OneSignal and HTML/CSS Code:

To create a bridge between OneSignal and HTML/CSS code we will need to create a JavaScript library which will handle communication between them both. For now we will call this library “OnesignalHTML5bridge” but eventually we would like to change the name if it becomes popular enough for other developers to use it too. In order to build this bridge we will be using NodeJS (Node Package Manager. NPM is used for distributing NodeJS packages across the internet. Once we have created our package we will need to add it to NPM so that other developers can download it easily. Our package will consist of two files. OnesignalHTML5bridge.js – This file will contain all of our functions, variables, objects, etc… OnesignalHTML5bridge-init.js – This file will contain all of our initialization logic which will apply whenever our library gets loaded into memory by any web page or application that uses it. This file will also contain all of our dependencies since our library depends on external libraries such as OneSignal and jQuery. These dependencies will be installed automatically when users install our package via NPM.

The Functionality Provided By Our Library:

We will write our library so that it provides certain functionality depending on the situation where it gets used in code. We want this library to provide functionality for all possible scenarios so that it can be used in any possible way by anyone who decides to use it. Without going into great detail about how we plan on implementing everything here are some examples of functionality we might want our library to provide:

  • Initialize – This function would initialize our library and prepare it for use in an HTML5/CSS application or website. This function would register all of our events with jQuery so that web developers can bind events in their code as needed without having to worry about manually registering them themselves. It would also initialize our variable which hpds our shared object called “OneSignal” which contains all of our OneSignal events and functionality. Finally, this function would setup all of the functionality required for our library so that other functions can access it without any issue later on when we implement them in our library itself. 2. SendPushNotification – This function would send push notifications from any page or application which utilizes our library to any specified devices that exist within the OneSignal account of the owner of the web page or application which uses our library. 3. GetPushNotifications – This function would return all of the push notifications that have been sent via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was last initialized or reloaded on the web page or application which uses our library. 4. GetDevicePushNotificationHistory – This function would return all of the push notifications that have ever been sent via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library by any user who has signed up for push notifications via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library by any user who has signed up for push notifications via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded 5. GetUserPushNotificationHistory – This function would return all of the push notifications that have ever been sent via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library by any user who has signed up for push notifications via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library by any user who has signed up for push notifications via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded on any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded 6. DeletePushNotificationHistory – This function would delete all of the history push notifications from every user who has signed up for push notifications via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded 7. DeleteDevicePushNotificationHistory – This function would delete all of the history push notifications from every device that has ever received a push notification via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded 8. DeleteUserPushNotificationHistory – This function would delete all of the history push notifications from every user who has ever received a push notification via any webpage or application which uses our library since it was first initialized or reloaded 9. CreateNewDevicePushNotification – This function would create a new device push notification

The process to integrate HTML/CSS to Image and MySQL may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.