We are excited to bring you the latest release of our Mobile Apps iOS client SDK 3.2.0. We’ve added Refresh Token feature, updated with iOS 10 support, and made performance improvement.
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We just rolled out .NET Mobile Client SDK 3.0.1 and Mobile SQLiteStore 3.0.1! We are out of beta, fixed the Android SQLiteStore dependency issue, and unified our .NET client SDK versions!
Azure Mobile Apps baked in refresh tokens to its authentication feature, and it is now so simple to keep your app users logged in.
Now you can get detailed error feedback per push request from Platform Notification Systems when you push with Notification Hubs.
Work with apns-priority with Notification Hubs to send prioritized APNS pushes to iOS devices.
Azure Notification Hubs is announcing the Batch Direct Send feature, allowing notification sends directly to device tokens/channel uris.
Notification Hubs recently enabled namespace-level tiers so customers can allocate resources tailored to each namespace’s expected traffic and usage patterns.
Notification Hubs’ per message telemetry feature now supports scheduled send and the allowed device expiry (time to live) is extended to infinity.
Here is an update on what our team has been working on for the past few months to deliver you a smoother developing experience and a set of handy features including: Per Message Telemetry, Multi-tenancy, Push Variables, Direct Send and more.
Update Notification Hubs/Service Bus Namespace Type to “Notification Hub” and “Messaging” from “Mixed.”