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cont., on AppCenter's push notifications API

Note that some API calls are PUT requests and others are POST. For example, to create audiences you need to PUT. To send notifications, you need to POST. I didn't know this subtle difference but it makes sense according to:

Also note that you can't have punctuation in the URL. For example, my app is called "Stocks++" but you need to leave off the "++" for it to work in the REST calls.


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