Are all these Java Issues problems for Android, too?

It seems that’s a common question these days. A lot of us use Android systems and some of us have heard that Android is programmed in Java. So, are the Java security issues we read about in the news an issue for our Android devices and should we be concerned? The answer is, “No. Don’t […]
Read More ›

Secure Web Service Connections

It’s very common when building enterprise Android apps to have a Web service connection. It’s a great mechanism for synchronizing data with the server-side of an application. There are two fundamental styles of Web service in use: REST (Representation State Transfer) and SOAP (which allegedly stands for Simple Object Access Protocol). Whichever style of service […]
Read More ›

URL Schemes on iOS

The URL scheme is a useful little feature in iOS that allows unrelated applications to communicate with each other in a controlled way. One application can use a custom URL scheme registered by another to pass control to it, supplying arguments as required. Standard URL Schemes Some of the standard iOS apps have URL schemes […]
Read More ›

Of PINS and Passwords and Jelly Bean

Cybersecurity is never far from my mind these days. Many of my clients are quite rightly concerned about the risk of a security breach caused by a flaw in an Android application. One simple and hugely effective step that can be taken is to ensure that devices have a PIN or password enabled. The key […]
Read More ›

Improving Android Security with Encryption

When developing Android applications for any professional organisation, the question of security always comes up, as indeed it should. There are many issues that should be considered regarding mobile application security so let’s take a look at one common one: data encryption. The first thing to do it to analyse your data and see it […]
Read More ›

Type to search blog.learningtree.com

Do you mean "" ?

Sorry, no results were found for your query.

Please check your spelling and try your search again.