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Prevention of APK Reverse Engineering – Implementing DexGuard for Oracle Siebel Cross-platform Mobile App

by (September 18, 2017)
dexguard

Developing enterprise mobile applications necessitate several factors to be considered starting with business requirements, authentication mechanisms, mobile app performance and security. A thorough security audit is needed to ensure code security. Needless to mention, code security is of utmost importance while developing an enterprise mobile application. This article is based on a project...

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Azure AD Authentication – User Guide

by (June 27, 2017)
Azure authentication

Introduction Azure Active Directory or Azure AD is Microsoft’s multi-tenant cloud-based directory and identity management service. Azure AD is an identity provider to verify the identity of the user in an organization’s active directory. If the user identity is valid, it will issue valid access token and refresh token. By using this token, you can get the user information such as email ...

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Introducing Azure WebJobs

by (January 5, 2017)
WebJobs

Microsoft Azure is the Cloud computing platform and infrastructure created by Microsoft. Azure is known for building, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. WebJobs in Microsoft Azure is considered to be a feature of Azure App Service. It lets you run a program or script in the same context as a web app, API app or mobile a...

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Enabling Single Sign-on (SSO) for Oracle MAF Applications using Oracle MCS

by (August 25, 2016)
Oracle Technology

Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) is a cross-platform development framework to build mobility solutions in quick time for iOS and Android devices, using a single code base. In mobile development, security is of most importance. All the transactions, made through mobile, are easy to track if security is not provided. Most of the mobile development platforms that are available do not pro...

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Loadster Testing – How does it work?

by (December 2, 2015)

Loadster workbench is an integrated environment which enables you to perform load testing. Load test can be performed using any number of virtual users. It gives us provision to record and edit the scripts and the test results are obtained after performing the test. It has an in-built load engine through which we can perform load testing with concurrent virtual users. This blog explains Loa...

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Cross Browser Testing Using BrowserStack

by (November 25, 2015)

BrowserStack is a cross-browser testing tool which allows users to test websites in 700+ desktop and mobile browsers. BrowserStack offers virtualization for: Windows XP, 7 and 8 OSX Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion iOS Android Opera Mobile Depending on the operating system you choose, BrowserStack offers a number of supported browsers for the specific OS. You can crea...

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MySQL Database Replication using GTID

by (November 17, 2015)

For many years, MySQL replication used to be based on binary log events. It was considered that all a slave knew was the exact event and the exact position it just read from the master. Any single transaction from a master could have ended in different binary logs, and also, in different positions in these logs. GTID (Global Transaction ID) was introduced along with MySQL 5.6. It has brought,...

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AWS EC2 Ubuntu Instance – Deploying Python Django on Apache with virtualenv

by (November 2, 2015)

Ubuntu Server is lean, fast and powerful. Its services are reliable, predictable and economical. It is the perfect base on which you can build your instances. Django is a web framework which is written in Python. One can easily guess that everything, in Django, is also done in Python. Django was developed to simplify the creation of database driven sites. The best feature in Django is that it,...

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Background Fetch Implementation

by (October 1, 2015)

Among millions of existing applications, most of them fetch data from the web. With iOS 7, Apple has introduced a feature to allow applications to run in the background – this is called ‘Background Fetch’. After enabling this feature, it allows application to fetch the latest data from the web with a goal to refresh its content without draining system resources or the user's battery. For...

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Live Rendering in Xcode6

by (September 25, 2015)

After the introduction of Xcode6 and iOS8, Apple has a new feature to visually represent custom properties via some code into the interface builder. With this support, the developer can easily interact with the views and make any changes from the xib/storyboard files. It provides two keywords to allow live rendering in Xcode. IBDesignable and IBInspectable enable the developer to preview t...

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