Stackmash allows developers to get real-time notifications for their app or website user activity. This happens by sending a POST request to the Stackmash API server. Each request can be sent when an action within your app is triggered. This can include successful logins, handled errors, new registrations, successful payments and more – Stackmash gives you the flexibility to create notifications for any event or action within your app or website.
Stackmash can be used with any programming language that can make requests to an external server. This includes the most popular languages including PHP, Node, .NET, Python & Java. We will cover most of these in this documentation.
Finding your project keys
To use Stackmash, you will need to know the keys to your project. If you haven’t already, create a Stackmash account and add your first project. Once you have done that, you can get started with Stackmash.
To find your project keys, select your project from the sidebar. You will see the public and private keys for your project in the options sidebar on the right. These keys are then used to tell Stackmash which project you would like to add notifications to.