On 2014-10-09, Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 4:57 AM, Bruno Oliveira
> Good morning,
> TOTP was implemented on AeroGear for iOS and Android two years
> ago. On conferences most of the developers get amazed with our API.
It's always great feedback when I show the OTP demo. Attendees at
conferences love it!
> Although we don't have any app published on Google Play or App Store. I
> think it's time to release our demos and get some feedback from our
with release, what do you mean? Submit to the stores?
On Apple one reason we never submitted anything to their App Store is their
rules clearly indicate no demos are allowed in there.
I understand, it can be a real and non paid app. Once it does not depends on
internet connection at this moment.
> Into this way we can exercise things like:
> - Properly store the shared secret
> - Password protection with offline authentication
> - If we are very confident, sync the TOTPs across authorized devices
> At the moment, we don't need to do so much once most of our demos are
> already on GH.
The only thing is perhaps making sure the backend part of our OTP demo is
(always) up :)
> I think it's just the matter of release it.
I like giving these nice demos, and their used AeroGear technology, some
more love and visibility.
>  - https://github.com/aerogear/aerogear-otp-ios-demo
>  - https://github.com/aerogear/aerogear-otp-android-demo
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