Terms are listed in an alphabetical order.
The unique identifier of Android device, mainly used in client SDK.
Apache Dubbo (Dubbo)
Dubbo is an open source distributed service framework developed by Alibaba, which provides high-performance RPC invocation, microservice governance and other capabilities for interface agents.
Application ID, generated when application is created.
The mapping relation between device token and user ID, in connection with two operations: binding and unbinding.
Used to push the same message to all devices. The message content is generated by replacing parameters in template.
The unique identifier of Apple device, provided by iOS system.
Used to uniquely identify a message.
Used to push customized message to a large number of targets. The message content is generated by using the same template and replacing parameters with different content according to different targets.
The certification, in iOS, used to establish connections with Apple’s APNs servers.
Used to push the same message to individual target(s).
TaobaoRemoting (TR) framework refers to the underlying communication framework developed by Ant Group for RPC calls.
The target to push message to, which can be Ad-token of Android, Device Token of iOS or userId and is determined according to context.
Each message push is identified as a task.
The framework to generate a message, including attribute configuration of message, message content and placeholders which can be dynamically replaced.
“k” is the placeholder parameter in template; “v” is the parameter to be replaced.
The dynamically replaceable parameters in template configuration.
Used to push the same message to individual target(s). The message content is generated by replacing parameters in template.
Used to identify user, corresponding to device, normally used for binding.