Developing a Xamarin.Forms app for IBM MobileFirst

A detailed walk thru of developing a Android and iOS Xamarin.forms app for IBM MobileFirst ...more

Protecting adapter procedures for backend access

OverviewMobileFirst Platform Foundation Server allows to protect adapter procedures via several types of authentication, using security tests, realms and login modules.The MobileFirst client-side SDK helps you handle challenges sent by the server when trying to access a protected resource....more

Changing the Server URL during runtime

IntroductionAn often requested feature by customers for MobileFirst Platform (previously Worklight) is having the ability to change, during runtime, the MobileFirst Server URL an application will attempt connecting to....more

Active/Active topology for the MobileFirst Platform Foundation Server

If you are deploying a MobileFirst Platform Foundation (aka Worklight) application and you are wondering how you will deploy the server in several data centers for better performances and high availability, you may consider this new article on developerWorks "How to coordinate and execute an active-active topology with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation"....more

BlackBerry 10.3.1 certified with IBM MobileFirst

BlackBerry released their latest BB10 release recently. At the time of writing the post, the 10.3 release is available for BlackBerry Passport, BlackBerry Classic, Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone from BlackBerry.We have verified the BB 10.3.1 release withIBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 6.2.0IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 6.3.0In our certification we haven't found any issues to report, so all is well! Do let us know if you see any issue through in the discussion forum....more

Control Notification bridging on Android watch

In Android 5.0 (Lollipop), Google announced bridged notifications for wearables. Notifications and their actions (i.e what happens when you tap on a notification) are bridged over to the wearable devices by default. However all the actions cannot be achieved with a single tap on the watch. So mobile developers need a way to hide some of the notifications from appearing on the watch, and conversely allow some notifications to bridge over to the watch. IBM MobileFirst v6.3.0 added support for bridging control of notifications....more





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Developing a Xamarin.Forms app for IBM MobileFirst

A detailed walk thru of developing a Android and iOS Xamarin.forms app for IBM MobileFirst

Protecting adapter procedures for backend access

OverviewMobileFirst Platform Foundation Server allows to protect adapter procedures via several types of authentication, using security tests, realms and login...

Changing the Server URL during runtime

IntroductionAn often requested feature by customers for MobileFirst Platform (previously Worklight) is having the ability to change, during runtime, the...

Active/Active topology for the MobileFirst Platform Foundation Server

If you are deploying a MobileFirst Platform Foundation (aka Worklight) application and you are wondering how you will deploy the...

BlackBerry 10.3.1 certified with IBM MobileFirst

BlackBerry released their latest BB10 release recently. At the time of writing the post, the 10.3 release is available for...

Control Notification bridging on Android watch

In Android 5.0 (Lollipop), Google announced bridged notifications for wearables. Notifications and their actions (i.e what happens when you tap...