Security features provided by Mobile Foundation on IBM Cloud simplify various aspects of Mobile security, enabling developers to build hack-proof apps. This post covers a list of critical security requirements that Mobile Foundation addresses.
Mobile apps tend to exhibit high variability; hence, developers often find it difficult to size the mobile backend for their app. This post offers a quick back-of-the-envelope sizing calculation so developers can set up an enterprise-grade backend for their app.
With the new capabilities in IBM Cloud App ID, you can now leverage any custom identity provider or sign-in method and authenticate apps in addition to users.
IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation powers many on-premise customers in more than 50 countries, delivering the best-of-the-best apps and serving a large number of users. IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation Service offers all the same capabilities available in on-premise MobileFirst Foundation, with the additional benefits of fully managed service with instant deployment and scale-out option.
We are excited to announce the availability of the IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation service in the US-East (Washington DC) region. The service is now available in five regions, including US-South (Dallas, TX), London, Frankfurt, and Sydney.
The IBM Cloud Push Notifications service utilizes web-hooks for user-defined callbacks that are triggered by an event in the instance.
IBM Mobile Foundation from IBM Cloud provides an open, comprehensive, and advanced mobile application backend for mobile devices. It helps enterprises of all sizes to efficiently develop, test, connect, run, and manage mobile applications.
Were excited to announce that IBM Cloud App ID just launched a new Lite plan as part of the IBM Cloud Lite account. As part of the Lite plan, you will be able to try out all of App ID's capabilities.
We're going to show you how to use the IBM Cloud Push Notification Service with a progressive web app to push notifications to both web and mobile browsers.