Just wanted to share with you a new blog post and that I am about to publish a series of blog posts + videos on How to build RESTful Web Services with Java for your Swift Mobile Application. I will also share how to store secure access token in KeyChain and later perform access token based authentication with protected Web Service Endpoints.
I have already shared many code examples on this topic over the past few weeks but the next three will be focused on:
I have already shared many code examples on this topic(appsdeveloperblog.com) over the past few weeks but the next three will be focused on:
- Build a RESTful Web Service to Accept and Save User profile details in database. This blog post also covers how to generate a secure user password by encrypting the one provided by user with a request and also how to generate a secure user public id which is then returned back and is stored in a secure storage on mobile device like the KeyChain for example,
- Build RESTful Web Service to Authenticate user. This example will demonstrate how to accept user provided user name and password and perform authentication. I am going to also share with you how to generate a secure access token which can be used in accessing protected Web Services. Protected Web Services are those that require user to be logged in to communicate with them,
- And how to implement Secure Access Token based authentication to let our mobile application communicate with Protected Web Services we build.
With this email I am sharing with you an example which demonstrates how to Accept and Save User Profile Details in Database and how to generate secure user public id and secure user password.
Click on this link to learn how to do it: http://www.appsdeveloperblog.com/restful-web-service-to-save-a-new-user-in-database/
Please let me know if you have questions in the comments below the blog post and I will enhance it.
Also, If you have not started with iOS 11 and Swift 4, then checkout out these resources I have put together for Full Stack Mobile App Developers – “From Zero to a Full Stack Mobile App Developer” http://www.appsdeveloperblog.com/resources/