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How to add push notifications to React Web app with Firebase

<ThemeProvider theme={theme}>
{/* CssBaseline kickstart an elegant, consistent, and simple baseline to build upon. */}
<CssBaseline />
<App />


import firebase from 'firebase'

export const initializeFirebase = () => {
if ('serviceWorker' in navigator) {
.then(function (registration) {
console.log('Registration successful, scope is:', registration.scope)
.catch(function (err) {
console.log('Service worker registration failed, error:', err)

export const askForPermissioToReceiveNotifications = async () => {
try {
const messaging = firebase.messaging()
await messaging.requestPermission()
const token = await messaging.getToken()
console.log('registrationToken:', token)
return token
} catch (error) {


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