Let's get going! The very first step is to go to the dashboard and create your mobile app.
Once your app is created, you'll find the API keys needed to set up the SDK in ⚙ Settings → General:
Now let's generate your Push keys and put them in Batch's Dashboard.
Batch is compatible with both GCM and FCM. Here are the two steps you need to take to find your Sender ID and your Server API Key:
First, go to the Google services wizard to enable Google Services and GCM for your projet. Once you are logged in, create a new app by filling your app name and package:
On the next page, you will be presented with the available Google Services for your app. Click "Enable Google Cloud Messaging" if it is not already done.
Once that's done, congratulations! You should see your GCM Server API Key and Sender ID.
In case you already migrated your project to Firebase, you can easily get your Sender ID and Server API key from Firebase's dashboard.
Now go to ⚙ Settings → General on Batch's dashboard. Choose a default language and paste your GCM Server API Key in ⚙️ Settings → Push settings. You will also need to input the GCM Sender ID before the start method of Batch.