Sharing Secure Data Between Apps using Good Dynamics and Xamarin.iOS

Sharing Secure Data Between Apps using Good Dynamics and Xamarin.iOS

The Good Dynamics SDK provides Xamarin developers a wide range of containerized security features that span almost every security need on a mobile device.  In the previous blog post, we used the SDK to implement an encrypted SQLite database and file storserviceisge system.  Another key component to mobile security is the ability to share information between applications on the same device...

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Good Dynamics SDK and Xamarin – Security Architecture Overview

The Good Dynamics SDK provides Xamarin developers a wide range of containerized security features that span almost every security need on a mobile device.  There is a possibility for data leakage to occur when mobile devices access an unknown foreign web site or other content from an unsecure application server.  This post will provide a high level overview of Good’s architecture and why...

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Secure Storage with the Good Dynamics SDK and Xamarin.iOS

Secure Storage with the Good Dynamics SDK and Xamarin.iOS

The Good Dynamics iOS SDK provides Xamarin developers a wide range of containerized security features that cover almost every security need on a mobile device.  In the previous blog post, we made a Xamarin iOS app and implemented the Good Dynamics iOS SDK that handled securely authenticating users.  A key component to mobile security is securing the persistent data stored on the device.  …

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Using Good Dynamics SDK v1.8.x with Xamarin.iOS

After following  the “Getting Started” guide in the latest GOOD Dynamics documentation, you’ve undoubtedly encountered this error while trying to run your Xamarin.iOS application using GOOD Dynamics: This error has been a show stopper for most anyone attempting to get GOOD Dynamics working with Xamarin. Fortunately, the fix is fairly straightforward.…

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Mobile Architecture Best Practices

When developing mobile apps, there are a number of key challenges where architecture and design are fundamentally different from that of a typical enterprise application. Careful consideration should be given to these mobile architecture issues early in the development process in order to mitigate the downstream impact of poor architectural decisions.…

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Tools to help Speed Up Your UX Design and Development Process

As a developer and designer, unnecessary repetition is the bane of my existence. When going through the application development process, there are always the same handful of issues that I constantly run into: figuring out interesting ways to present the mockups to clients, cutting out assets from the mockups for use in the actual app, and getting icons for your standard menu items.…

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jQuery scrollTop and Android Browsers: A Work Around

Mobile web applications have taken huge strides in the past fews years and have quickly become a viable solution to cross-platform development. Unfortunately there are still a few kinks to work out, such as javascript rendering on different devices. jQuery’s scrollTop method on Android devices is one of those kinks. I ran into this problem at a client, and came across this solution.…

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Deciding How Far Back to Support iOS and Android

The last mobile app my team wrote for a current client was an internal app with an audience of several hundred to maybe a couple thousand. That allowed the client to easily dictate what OS versions we were willing to support. It didn’t make sense to spend a few thousand dollars trying to fix an issue specific to an old version of Android when they could potentially buy those users new...

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