All blog posts tagged "Adapters"

Integrating Weather Company Data with Mobile Foundation

Integrating Weather Company Data with Mobile FoundationConnecting Bluemix services is a simple way to greatly extend the functions of an...

Add a Trusted Device with IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0

IntroductionMany of the apps you use every day, like your favorite chat and email apps, are available to you in...

Changing your app on the fly with IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0 Live Update

IntroductionIf you have developed an Enterprise app before, you’ll know that it’s really hard to satisfy everyone. You’ll want to...

Implementing SMS One-Time-Password Authentication with IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0

IntroductionSMS One-Time-Password(OTP) is essential authentication method in every modern mobile application. SMS authentication and/or number verification gives your app good...

Connecting to LDAP servers with IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0

IntroductionLDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is an essential protocol in the enterprise world. It provide a central place to store...

Automatic testing of Adapters in IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 8.0 Beta (Part 1)

IntroductionSoftware testing is an important aspect in software development. It is so critical, that most organizations won’t even publish a...

Spring framework integration with Adapters in IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 8.0 Beta

IntroductionOften when developing more advanced Java adapters (and JAX-RS services in general)The need for writing more modular, testable and decoupled...

Working with LDAP and LTPA in IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 8.0 Beta

IntroductionThe ability to connect an application to a user registry is an important ability. You might want your users to...

MobileFirst Applications and enterprise backend service integration using Open API

OverviewThe MobileFirst Java Adapter is a simple and secure extension point on the MobileFirst Platform using which you can quickly...

Leverage Social Login In IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 8.0

IntroductionThis blog continues from my previous blog about Social Login, it is recommended to read that previous blog first.

Implementing Social Login Authentication with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 8.0

IntroductionSocial Login has become a common authentication method in many mobile apps. App owners and users understand the big value...

Handling binary responses in native Android using Java adapters

This is a follow up to Handling binary responses in native iOS using Java adapters.

Handling binary responses in native iOS using Java adapters

Starting with MobileFirst Platform 7.0, you can send and receive arbitrary data to your client's device using Java Adapters.

Using HTTP Adapters to access Watson Question and Answer service at IBM Bluemix

Important:IBM Watson Question and Answer service has been disconinued. See https://developer.ibm.com/watson/blog/2015/11/11/watson-question-and-answer-service-to-be-withdrawn/

Saving and Retrieving Images using Cloudant with HTTP Adapters

OverviewCloudant is a DBaaS, Database-As-A-Service, that manages and scales fast growing data sets. Cloudant is built under Couchdb, a NoSQL...

Getting familiar with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Java Adapters [Part 2]

IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 7.0 introduced a new concept of Java Adapters. Java Adapters are implemented according to JAX-RS specification...

Getting familiar with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Java Adapters [Part 1]

IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 7.0 introduced a new concept of Java Adapters. Java Adapters are implemented according to JAX-RS specification...

Changing the adapter host at runtime

HTTP adapters are a great way to connect your application to a backend system. You can set the hostname and...

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...

Adapter Thread Pools - Removed!

OverviewIn Worklight 6.2 and earlier, the server uses designated thread pools to enforce timeouts and manage concurrency in adapter procedure...