Francois Vanderseypen

JS SDK Web Uploading

File upload goes well in a webpage but the method described in the documentation

document.getElementById('form1').action = el.Files.getUploadUrl();

results, after an upload, in the browser displaying the Files list (in JSON format). How to redirect or show something else?
Feedback by Francois Vanderseypen Status: Approved Comments: 0 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T14:02:23 by Anton Dobrev
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Todd Ropog

Exclude files from deployment

I would like to be able to add files to my project that do not get deployed with the application. For example, I keep a copy of my cloud code scripts in my project, because I want them in source control. However, those scripts currently get deployed with my app. If project files had properties, I'd suggest doing it that way. Another option would be to have an ignore file, similar to gitignore, that filters out files based on the rules defined there.
Feedback by Todd Ropog Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2014-04-24T13:55:34 by Anton Dobrev
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Bruce Parr

Detailed Examples on Custom Push Payload Objects

Is there any way we can get some detailed examples of custom push payloads? The only examples I have found are just "message" and "filter". I suspect my alerts don't have sound or vibration is because I don't have the custom payload configured properly.

Thanks,
Bruce
Idea by Bruce Parr Status: Approved Comments: 0 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:53:07 by Anton Dobrev
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Bruce Parr

Push Notification Filtering Data Dictionary

Can we get a data dictionary in the documentation that defines the fields for push filtering? It seems the device is an object that can be filtered, but there are no field definitions other than platform or userid that appear in the samples. I need to be able to send to users based on token instead of userid if at all possible.

Thanks,
Bruce
Idea by Bruce Parr Status: Approved Comments: 0 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:51:53 by Anton Dobrev
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Bruce Parr

Push Notification

When configuring Push Notification, the portal settings provide the option to upload a DEV and PRODUCTION certificate for iOS. When I create a push notification on the device or using the portal, there is no indication as to which level of push I am using, nor is this indicated in the documentation.

Right now my attempts to send an iOS push make it from the device to the portal, but regardless of whether I send from the device or the portal, my push messages never make it to the device, even when the portal shows registered devices. This leads me to believe this is a "tunnel miss", where the message is sent using one level of APNS but the device is registered for the other.

Can the documentation be updated to clarify this, and if necessary, can we choose which level we are using?
Feature Request by Bruce Parr Status: Approved Comments: 2 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:49:54 by Anton Dobrev
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Bennett Fonacier

Getting Started

I just downloaded the "EverliveSDK.Sample.WindowsPhone", "EverliveSDK.Windows", "EverliveSDK.Windows.Legacy" For now, I wanted to build a cross platform app starting on windows. To my surprise, the EverliveSDK.Sample.WindowsPhone is in C# and not the javascript. In addition, the project version is in VS 2010. I have a Windows 8 with VS 2012. You know that I cannot install VS 2010 in this environment. There are also issues with converting the VS 2010 sample app to VS 2012. I really don't want to change my environment so that I can test your IDE and environment. If you really want me to test your environment, you need to make it easy for me to get up and running. I do love what I saw in your demo for cross platform development in iOS and Android in LiveSynch. So, why not support Windows with it?
Feedback by Bennett Fonacier Status: Approved Comments: 4 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:47:36 by Anton Dobrev
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Carl Bergenhem

Add documentation for dealing with auth token

Currently working with all SDKs one can incorporate the usage of previously authenticated instances with the auth token and token type fields. This is very useful when we don't want to save the user's password in plain text locally.

However, right now there is no real documentation on this - it would be nice to see that in the authentication section of each SDK.
Feedback by Carl Bergenhem Status: Approved Comments: 1 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:43:25 by Anton Dobrev
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Ryan Collingwood

Devices unregistered as soon as sending a push

Testing out the push notifications, I am able to register a device and it appears in my devices in the dashboard. However as soon as I attempt to send a push, the device disappears from the list of devices?
Feedback by Ryan Collingwood Status: Approved Comments: 7 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:41:44 by Anton Dobrev
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Ryan Collingwood

Push to iOS: Troubleshooting

Presently using Telerik Appbuilder and Backend (Everlive), to develop push notifications., able to deliver notifcation without hassle to Android devices, troubleshooting iOS push notifications.

Having followed the steps in: http://blogs.telerik.com/appbuilder/posts/14-01-14/let's-get-push-notifications-working-in-phonegap-and-ios
I still am having difficulty getting push notifcations from Telerik Backend (Everlive) to my iOS device. So in an attempt to troubleshoot I got my hands on this Moon-APNS (https://github.com/arashnorouzi/Moon-APNS), to do some testing.

Using the .p12 file generated for push notifications as per the blog post and the device push token (64 character per device token) as per My Workspaces > [Project] > Devices, I am able to send a notification to my iOS device which is handled by my mobile app.

Is there anyway of getting some additional diagnostic information between creating a push notification in the Backend and it's communication with the Apple Push Notifications Services.
Feedback by Ryan Collingwood Status: Approved Comments: 4 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:37:49 by Anton Dobrev
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Thomas Mullaly

Access to the XHR Object that's generated by the Backend Services JavaScript SDK

The app my team is working on is using the JavaScript SDK for Backend Services and we would like to cancel Backend Service network requests if they're taking to long to complete. Unfortunately, the current SDK doesn't provide access to the XHR object, which makes it impossible to cancel the requests.
Feature Request by Thomas Mullaly Status: New Comments: 0 Category: Backend Services Last update: 2014-04-24T13:29:50 by Anton Dobrev
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