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Archive for February, 2016

MAF 2.3.2 Released!!

Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) version history is available here.

MAF 2.3.2

A few of the prominent features include IPV6 support in iOS (mandated by Apple since 1 June 2016), built-in federated authentication support and support for generating quick start page layouts for common mobile patterns.

Refer to this link for list of all new features in this release.

MAF 2.3.1

Refer to this link for list of all new features in this release.

MAF 2.3.0.1

This is a small release having fixes for some of the iOS deployment issues.

Refer to this link for list of fixes included in this release.

MAF 2.3

The prominent features included in this release are support for Windows and Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM). This version of MAF includes the support for Cordova 4.1.1 for Android platform and 4.0.1 for iOS platform . Starting from May 2-16, Google Play store blocks applications using Cordova version <4.1.1 so users should upgrade their applications to this release if it has to be uploaded to play store.

Refer to this link for list of all new features in this release.

MAF 2.2.2

There are no.of features deprecated in this release and refer to release notes below.

MAF 2.2.1

MAF introduced XCode 7 support but did not mention Android 6.0 (Marshmellow) in certification information. I was waiting for this update as i faced a few issues in 2.2 release as i mentioned here.

MAF 2.2

Oracle had released Mobile Application Framework (MAF) 2.2 last week and one of the awaiting releases. You can find the links below:

You can observe some of the features are deprecated in this release including Webservice Data Control for SOAP Services and recommends customers to use REST services with JSON.

MAF 2.1

You can find a nice tutorial on MAF here though not specific to this release.

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