Thanks again to everyone who answered my questions. I got tons of valuable feedback on our work & what you would like to learn. It was super helpful and I'm grateful to all of you as you are literally shaping how this bootcamp (and the future of Codename One). I'm sorry if I was brief in some of the thank you emails, it took some time as I wrote them all personally and worked well into the night the other day.Read More
Just last week I mentioned that we wanted to get push working on Windows & we're pretty thrilled to announce that it's available already... This means that we now support push on pretty much any major device with the exception of the Safari web browser.Read More
Before we go into the tip I'd like to start with an apology to all the people I didn't get back to. Earlier today I sent an email asking for help with the upcoming Codename One bootcamp. The anticipation and resulting email flood took me totally off-guard as I expected a couple of dozen responses in the best case scenario and got much more...
I started answering as fast as I could and getting back to people I already answered in the back and forth but quickly this became untenable and I'm seeing my backlog pile growing. Chen and others around here tried to help but I prefer to do this personally as I'd like the feedback to sink into my brain not as an afterthought as it is very valuable!
This is pretty cool as push to the web is a pain with every browser taking a somewhat different route but with Codename One this will "mostly" work.
One of the first things a hacker will do when compromising an app is look at it. E.g. if I want to exploit a bank's login UI I would look at the label next to the login and then search for it in the decompiled code. So if the UI has the String "enter user name and password" I can search for that.Read More