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Content Update Messages with Node.js Subscribe

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    In this lesson, we'll cover enabling the Node.js Subscribe module.
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    We'll then set some permissions to allow users
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    to subscribe to content.
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    Then lastly, we'll subscribe to some content
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    and see Node.js Subscribe in action.
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    First of all, head over to your Drupal site
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    and click on the Modules link in the admin menu.
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    Go ahead and minimize the core modules
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    and scroll down a little.
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    We're going to set a check mark in the Node.js Subscribe module

Content Update Messages with Node.js Subscribe


The Node.js Subscribe module lets you configure your site to allow users to subscribe to real time notifications through your site's UI for particular content types. The Node.js Subscribe module uses the Node.js Notifications module to provide the UI for the notifications, which we covered in Node.js Notifications Module.

In this lesson, I will show you how to:

  • Enable Node.js Subscribe
  • Set permissions to allow users to subscribe to content
  • Subscribe to some content and see Node.js Subscribe in action

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