pushoverr allows you to send push notifications from R to mobile devices, web browsers, or even your watch using Pushover. These notifications can display job status, results, scraped web data, or any other text or numeric data. Got some R code that takes a while to complete? Enough time to take a little walk or go get a coffee, but maybe not long enough to go home for the day? Now you’ll be able to easily let yourself or your group know when it’s done.
Installing pushoverr is as easy as running:
Alternately, you can install the development version of pushoverr from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("briandconnelly/pushoverr")
That’s it! See the Getting Started vignette to start sending messages.
Features Not Supported
pushoverr currently does not support subscriptions, licensing (I don’t use Pushover in this context, so I can’t test these features), or the open client API. If you’d like to see these features supported, please submit an issue or a pull request.
- R Phone Home: Notifications with pushoverr, blog post about using pushoverr
- NotifyR, an alternate Pushover tool for R (no longer maintained?)
- RPushbullet, an R interface for Pushbullet, a similar push notification service.
Code of Conduct
Please note that the pushoverr project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.
This package and its author are not affiliated with Pushover, LLC.