We are currently exploring hybrid mobile application using web experience factory and phonegap.
What is the best practice to develop the login page? Is single sign on is a standard in this scenario?
If so what is the best way to achieve that?
We tried single sign on using the default j_security_check as an action but that implementation uses the browser in the mobile device to redirect to the login page even thougth it is deployed within the phonegap app wrapper.
Is it possible to avoid this redirection so that the user experience is not taken from the "App like" experience to "browser" experience during and after login?
Any suggestions are welcome.
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Updated on 2012-11-28T21:32:28Z at 2012-11-28T21:32:28Z by Sabarig
mburati 060000VQ202573 Posts
Re: What is the best practice for Hybrid mobile application login page?2012-11-26T22:31:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.It sounds like you're trying to build a standalone webapp, as opposed to a portal application where Portal would be providing the login/authentication for you.
If so, it sounds like the app may be doing a redirectb on login and that may be what's kicking it out of the native webview.
Try looking for the stay-in-webview Cordova config property on the phonegap.com docs site for more info on configuring Cordova (formerly known as phonegap) to stay in the webview when switching URLs.
I hope that info helps,
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Sabarig 2700047WTG9 Posts
Re: What is the best practice for Hybrid mobile application login page?2012-11-28T21:32:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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