How does push technology for iPhone application work?
iPhone developers can now capitalize on the benefits of push technology that will help them send content directly to apps installed on iPhone devices through server applications.
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How does push technology for iPhone application work? =======*******======== iPhone developers can now capitalize on the benefits of push technology that will help them send content directly to apps installed on iPhone devices through server applications. iPhone development team can enjoy great benefits because this not only saves trouble but also cost that is associated with executing short message service as well as multimedia messaging service. In order to start using this push technology in iPhone application development devices, it is important to first register the application and there is a process that needs to be followed. iPhone developers can use this process to register the application on the respective iPhone device. Outsourced iPhone development team needs to firstly create a pair of private or public keys required for authentication against the APNs servers. The iPhone developers can use the KeyChain Access application on the Mac to get this process in motion. It is also important that the iPhone application development team creates a certificate signingrequest file, which consists of both the publickey pair as well as the private key in the KeyChain access. The second step is to log into Apple’s application portal and upload the signingrequest file and this particular file then connects with the provisioning file. On the final completion of the upload, the portal automatically creates a digital certificate that can be downloaded and this usually contains the public key. Once the certificate is downloaded, iPhone developer needs to double click on it thereby allowing it to automatically import the digital certificate and hence linking it with the generated private key. http://www.aegisisc.com 1 Finally, the key pair has to be exported through a file that utilizes a format known as Personal Information Exchange. When this particular p12 file is created, KeyChain access will require the users to assign a password or iPhone developers can even use an empty password. Finally, once the outsourced iPhone development team follows this process, all the API requests to the push server need to be encrypted through the private key. This private key is made available in the p12 file and then it has to be digitally signed in the public key in the p12 file. http://www.aegisisc.com 1
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