I just viewed the AeroGear-Crypto-iOS Library here :
Can someone answer few of my questions:
* What is the Algorithm being used for Encryption/Decryption?
* What is the Key Length used? (Can we use 1024?)
* What is the algorithm used for Digital Signature ?
Thanks & Regards,.
Hi Folks !
While I was watching Matzew's screencast about using the AeroGear iOS
Template (which bootstrap/help to create a new iOS project) I was thinking
about pushing the concept even further.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to scaffold a complete CRUD Native iOS app ?
And of course by using the bullets we already have : Forge.
The idea would be to have the same stuff as the HTML5 Scaffolding
plugin/addon but instead of generating JS and html files we generate *.h
and *.m files (and of course a complete iOS app structure). The general
workflow would stay the same : create a JEE project, generate entities,
generate REST endpoints and scaffold the client.
So basically all we would have to do is to write those templates (+ some
code to write to the correct location / create the skeleton).
I will be glad to start on this but I would need some help from the iOS
gurus for one thing : having a clean iOS CRUD App from which I could
reverse engineer/extract the templates. This app, while staying simple,
should contain all the possible use cases : String, numbers, boolean, Date
but also some relation between entities (1-to-1, 1-to-many) :
I started with this simple idea :
name : String
hasMany : Player
hasMany: Tournamenent // many-to-many
name : String
hasOne : Team
price : number
The gist is here https://gist.github.com/sebastienblanc/9074932
So, if anyone would like to create this app, I could start from there with
a first draft. I will also try on my side but my objective-c skills are not
really good enough right now ;)
I think that could be a very cool feature.
A last very important remark : you can reread this message and replace iOS
with Android because once we got it shaped for iOS we could do exactly the
same for Android.
While going through the aerogear-server-push documentation , I could not
find an example where we can send a push message using "id" returned by
adding a new device token at /rest/registry/device.
Is there a plan to add such a support ?
Is relying on unique "alias" a good option to implement the requirement of
identifying a device uniquely ?
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I am pleased to announce the release of AeroGear iOS library v1.4.0. More details for this release, can be found on the release blogpost.
Congratulations to the team, and to our community contributors and users!