Sending a push notification from the simulator or mobile device is pretty trivial when we use the
Push class. However, sending push messages from the server seems to be a bit more complicated for most developers since its not as well documented. The main point of complexity is that we didn't provide any samples of server push code and from the fact that the server expects arguments as POST.
This code should work for Java desktop and server side to perform a simple push, notice that the complexity is mostly related to JavaSE's lack of simplified POST arguments.
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