Update: please visit the following blog post for information on iOS support in Worklight: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/worklightsmobileplayground/entry/ibm_worklight_support_for_ios_8_0?lang=en
Update: Apple has released iOS 8 beta 4.
Things continue to look good with this beta release, with successful testing of features such as: Push Notifications, Adapter-based authentication, Corodva plug-ins, native pages, native apps using the Worklight Native APIs, JSONStore, Device Provisioning, jQuery Mobile, Direct Update, Resumable Direct update, LocationServices, Analytics:Tealeaf, client Logger and more ...
IBM tech note: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27042666&myns=swgws&mynp=OCSSZH4A&mync=E
An exception to the above, if using Xcode 6 Beta 4:
Push Notifications does not work; you will see a warning message: "updating the server token will fail: The following API registerForRemoteNotificationTypes is deprecated in iOS8"
LocationServices does not fetch the longitude/latitude coordinates.
Mobile Testing Workbench for Worklight (MTWW) does not support iOS 8 beta 4
Dojo 1.9/1.10 currently does not support iOS 8. The Application Center Client is based on Dojo and therefore does currently not support iOS8 either. There are currently some known issues that are being worked on, and future updates of Dojo 1.9 and 1.10 will support iOS 8.
Update: Apple has released iOS 8 beta 2.
With this new beta release, the defect that prevented Worklight applications from properly working has been resolved.
Worklight applications works with Push Notifications, adapter-based authentication, Corodva plug-ins, native pages, native apps using the Worklight Native APIs, JSONStore, Device Provisioning, jQuery Mobile and more...
We intend to continue testing Worklight as Apple releases more iOS betas.
Hi to all readers!
Exciting times as Apple unveiled iOS 8, which as Apple says is huge for developers with many new APIs (for example, for Touch ID) and even a brand new programming language - Swift. Lots of new toys in the playground.
Unfortunately, before the fun can begin there is one known issue preventing any Cordova-based app from working in iOS 8 beta 1.
This issue also affects Worklight (5.x, 6.x)-based applications.
Apple expects to fix this in beta 2, so we'll be keeping our eyes open and update accordingly.