As you may know, the Internet is abuzz with stories surrounding the extremely serious OpenSSL security vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) which has become known as “Heartbleed”. For an in-depth explanation of this issue, visit heartbleed.com. FeedHenry has conducted a review of all its publicly-hosted cloud infrastructure and can confirm that none of its Enterprise cloud platforms were found
Introduction The FeedHenry platform allows apps to connect to external MySQL instances. The following is a run-through of the process required to create a MYSQL instance within the Amazon cloud and creating an app to pull data from it. This document contains many screenshots of the process as a visual aid to the procedure but
Evan Shortiss, one of our great FeedHenry Developers, has written a really useful introduction on how to use SNS Push Notifications with Node.js. It assumes no knowledge of the area and works through all of the server-side nitty-gritty. Stay tuned for further information here on how to connect in your mobile client to this.
If you have been running into issues with your Node code today, it is probably due to the new version of Express (4.0) which is now in NPM. In a FeedHenry context you may be seeing that all of your cloud calls respond with the same message – “Your Cloud App is Running”. This will happen
If you are running into problems doing local development where you are getting a “SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN” error from npm, you should follow the instructions on the original post on the npm blog and their follow-up post. If these don’t work for you, please contact FeedHenry Support.
Overview of what was required A solution in Node.js for dynamically generating a PDF version of submitted form data. The form data is stored in a mongo database, backed by some mongoose models. What this boils down to is we have a collection (JSON array) of forms (JSON objects) with a number of key-value pairs.
One of the most popular features in the FeedHenry Platform is our Cloud Binary Build Service. This enables you to build Hybrid iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry Apps from within our web-based Studio rather than needing all of the tools on your own machine. If you are an iOS developer, you are probably aware
Many MBaaS and Mobile Platform solutions provide you with black-box access to your cloud, making them completely inscrutable. You have no insight into or control over what the cloud parts of your applications are doing. Not so with FeedHenry. As an open platform we are always looking for ways to give our customers more management
Node.js is a fast moving and cutting-edge server side platform. Updates to it happen often. In fact, just take a look at their blog to see how many changes are happening and how fast. At FeedHenry, we use Node.js for many of the components which make up our platform, including those that manage the Node.js