On January 6, Riley Napier joined me for our first Courier Live of the new year. Having recently set up webhooks using Twitch EventSub, I wanted to walk through how you could trigger notifications about your Twitch livestreams using Courier. We did this using a Glitch application and explained how to set it up and start accepting requests from Twitch. We then created a notification in Courier and used the Webhook Provider to make a request to the Discourse API to display a banner on the community forum.
Check out the video below to watch us:
Use Jsonnet to personalize the Discourse banner content.
Code for the Node.js/ExpressJS server to handle the Twitch EventSub requests can be found in the Courier Twitch EventSub Glitch application. Remix it and start sending your own Twitch notifications.
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Courier April Product Release Updates: In-app Inbox, Preferences, and Automations
In this update, Aydrian and Nate (Head of Customer Success) as cohosts cover what is new with the in-app notifications API, our new preferences component, and our automations API, which is now GA.
May 20, 2021
Courier Live: Content, Notifications, and IoT
On February 2nd and 3rd, Shy Ruparel joined Aydrian for another Courier and Contentful crossover stream. This time, they decided to play around with an IoT E-ink display and use it to show the latest posts from Contentful and send notifications using Courier.
February 10, 2021