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Get Started with A3L Messaging

For an overview of the A3L Messaging SDK, watch the video tutorial.

To get started with A3L Messaging, first set up credentials for Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) and Amazon Device Messaging (ADM). Then, add the A3L Messaging library into your project. Use this page to guide you through the process.

Get credentials for FCM and ADM

A3L Messaging depends on individual messaging solutions for message delivery. Therefore, you must get both Google-provided and Amazon-provided credentials.

Add A3L Messaging as a dependency

Use these steps to add the A3L Messaging SDK as a dependency in your project.

  1. Download the A3L Messaging SDK.

  2. Add the aar file into your project's lib folder:
    1. In Android Studio, from the Project pane, select Project view and expand the app folder.
    2. Create a libs folder if it doesn't exist.
    3. Add A3L-Messaging-1.0.0.aar to the libs folder.
  3. Add A3L Messaging as a dependency in your project. In your build.gradle file, add the following line:
     dependencies {
         ...
         implementation files("libs/A3L-Messaging-1.0.0.aar")
     }
    
  4. Add Firebase Messaging as a dependency. In your build.gradle file, add the following line:
     dependencies {
         ...
         implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-messaging:23.0.0'
     }
    
  5. Sync your project by selecting Sync Now at the top of your build.gradle file.

Next steps

See Integrate A3L Messaging.


Last updated: Jul 05, 2022