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An Example Firebase Upstream Cloud Messaging Client App

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With the app server running and communicating with the Firebase CCS, the next step is to build a client Android app that will make use of upstream messaging and the features built into the app server.
This chapter has worked through the implementation of upstream messaging from an Android client app using the CCS and the example app server described in the previous chapter. Once completed, the client app was able to register a user via the app server, associating a user name to a registration token. Once two or more users are registered, text messages can be send between devices.
 
 
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<table border="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%"><tr>
<td width="20%">[[A Firebase Cloud Messaging Upstream XMPP App Server|Previous]]<td align="center">[[Firebase Essentials - Android Edition|Table of Contents]]<td width="20%" align="right">[[Firebase Cloud Storage|Next]]</td>
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<td width="20%">A Firebase Cloud Messaging Upstream XMPP App Server<td align="center"><td width="20%" align="right">Firebase Cloud Storage</td>
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