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IMPORTANT: POTENTIAL BREAKING CHANGES BELOW.   We will begin deploying v3.11 to our actively updated grids in the next 10 days. The main features of this release are: Tech preview of Node.js 4.4.2 LTS as an option for your Cloud Code Google Play Store changes (Possible Action Required) Updating Forms Apps to new versions of

This post was originally published on Red Hat Developers, the community to learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here. We have just completed the deployment of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform v3.10 to all our actively updated grids.   The main features of this release are: iOS SDK now

The deployment of v3.10 of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform should begin for actively updated Grids on April 28th. It may take up to a week for all Grids to be updated. There may be a period of several minutes during the deployment where your Studio is intermittently unavailable but this should not affect running

We have just completed the deployment of version 3.9 of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform to all actively updated Grids. Summary The main items of note in this release are: Data Sources for Forms Swift Apps can be built in the Build Farm. Our SDKs will move to Swift in a later release New

The Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP) has strong authentication and authorization mechanisms baked into its Auth Policy system. Android has deep integration with Google’s ecosystem which provides many easy mechanisms for authorizing services to act on a user’s behalf. Out of the box RHMAP allows for connecting to a Google account using OAuth and

The deployment of v3.9 of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform will begin for actively updated Grids on March 29th. It may take up to a week for all Grids to be updated. There may be a period of several minutes during the deployment where your Studio is intermittently unavailable but this should not affect running

In keeping with our recent release cadence, version 3.8 of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform has just been deployed to all actively updated Grids. The main features of this release are: iOS 9 updates Full iOS 9 support in the Build Farm has now been added. All iOS apps are now built using Xcode 7.2 and

The deployment of v3.8 of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform will occur for all actively updated Grids in the week beginning Feb 29th. There may be a period of several minutes during the deployment where your Studio is intermittently unavailable but this should not affect running applications or end-users of apps. There will be

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