Laravel OneSignal Push Notification Integrate

  • 12-11-2022
  • 1250
  • Laravel 9
  • Haresh Chauhan

Laravel Onesignal Push Notification Integrate; In this comprehensive post I will show you how to send push notifications using the OneSignal message service provider in laravel.

For sending Web push notifications using OneSingal messaging service that allows sending a push notification. We will show you how to integrate how to configure the OneSignal plugin in the laravel application and the step. Also, learn how to send and retrieve web push notifications.

Using OneSignal Push notification send I will give you all perforable guidelines to integrate into your application. Before you start integrating, go to OneSignal dashboard and create your account using your email id.


Step 1. Install Composer

Add OneSignal package in our laravel application using composer, Laravel OneSignal notification help us to send push notification in the laravel application. Therefore we are required to install a dependency package in the laravel application. use the below-provided command in your application and install the package.

composer require ladumor/one-signal

Step 2. Publish Config File

Now we will publish the config file in your config setting for the OneSignal. Use the below-provided command in the application. This file will help us to change the basic setting change in the OneSignal push notification. After hitting this command you will see a new generated file in the config folder in the application. This file genera with the basic setting in the OneSignal.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Ladumor\OneSignal\OneSignalServiceProvider"

Step 3. Add Service Provider & Facade

Now in this step, we will add the Service provider and Facade to our application. Goto config/app.php file and add a provider and facade for the OneSignal. Register both inside the facade and provider attribute as below given example.

return [
     'providers' => [
     'aliases' => [
          'OneSignal' => \Ladumor\OneSignal\OneSignal::class,

Step 5. Setup .env

Now it's time to update the OneSignal Auth keys in the configuration. Open the .env file of your application and paste these below provider keys in the .env file. OneSignal, Go through this link and sign in to your account and generate these keys from your account.


Step 6. Test

Start your development server and test your create a route. First, you import and use OneSignal from the Ladumor package. Inside the route define the $fields variable. you have to pass the player id in the array variable as below given example. The $message variable will statically be called a message that you want to sing through OneSignal notification to the Users. Access method through the OneSignal Facade sends push() method. with given two arguments and defined variables.

use Ladumor\OneSignal\OneSignal; 

     $fields['include_player_ids'] = ['xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxx-xxxx-yyyyy'];

     $message = 'Hi! Good Morning, This is One Signel Push Notification.';

     OneSignal::sendPush($fields, $message);


You can Retrieve all the notifications, you can use getNotifications() method by calling OneSignal.


Start Your development server and send a notification.

php artisan serve

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