+1 Better to take time and not rush it.
fredag 19 december 2014 skrev Bruno Oliveira <bruno(a)abstractj.org>:
I think due to holidays, Xmas and New Year's we don't need to
rush on it.
Let's postpone the release to next year.
On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 6:25 PM, Corinne Krych <corinnekrych(a)gmail.com
> Hello iOS lovers,
> I’ve just found an issue with our aerogear-ios-http library  that we
> think is a blocker for our 2.1 release planned on Friday.
> The problem occurs when using Http object as local variable rather than
> instance variable, the root cause is the releasing of NSURLSession
> happening too early. But the problem brought to our attention some code
> confusion around the usage of the public API. We would like to fix the
> issue with some serious refactor.
> Where to go from here?
> After sitting down with Christos, we think a solid http ground is
> essential to support our oauth2 lib, we’ve got some ideas on how we want to
> refactor. This issue is our main priority and as soon as we’ve got a fix,
> we’ll do the release. Christos is already working full time on this
> refactor so we can deliver as soon as possible the next exciting version of
> our libs.
> If you have any questions, concerns, this is the thread to ask.
>  https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AGIOS-325
> > On 16 Dec 2014, at 07:36, Christos Vasilakis <cvasilak(a)gmail.com
> > Hi AeroGear community,
> > we are happy to announce a pre-release of our various iOS libraries.
> Here are few of new features introduced in each respective list:
> > - aerogear-ios-jsonsz (new)
> > A newly introduced library which will take care the cumbersome
> plumbing required when performing JSON serialisation back and forth from
> your Swift object model. For an example usage of the library together with
> our http-lib check our Buddies cookbook example.
> > - aerogear-ios-http
> > We added the ability to perform basic/digest authentication when
> performing REST Requests. Check out our Authentication cookbook example,
> for an example usage of the API but remember to prefer HTTPS over plain
> HTTP when performing authentication of this type.
> > - aerogear-ios-oauth2
> > Continuing the development of our OAuth2 library, OpenID Connect
> support was added to the library in the form of a ‘login’ request. Checkout
> out our ‘SharedShoot’ cookbook example that login's to KeyCloak using
> OpenID connect for an example usage.
> > - aerogear-ios-httpstub
> > Stubbed responses from the local file system can be used instead
> of coding them in your code. This will make easier to stub responses,
> especially big ones and be much ‘closer’ to the reality. Check out our
> tests for an example usage.
> > Last, this release introduces Cocoapod support for our libraries.
> Although Cocoapods hasn’t yet officially support ‘Swift’ that is planned
> for the next 0.36 release, a branch on the project is working on it and
> already libraries starting to adopt. Just make sure to include a Gemfile in
> your project pointing to that cocoapods branch (see here for more detailed
> instructions) and in your Podfile include the desired library. For example
> usage, see our cookbook repository where all of our demos have been
> > So, give the libraries and demos a spin and let us know what you
> think. If no bad things heard we are planning to tag and officially release
> 2.1 this Friday.
> > Have fun!
> > Corinne & Christos
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