In the past couple of weeks, I’d been looking up Enterprise and iOS related topics. In general, how to identify registered enterprise devices ? How do you publish applications ? (which is part of my job profile right now) ? How to code for an enterprise application (yes its different from a normal consumer application).
I just hit upon a few interesting articles online, and this is my attempt to bookmark them for my own, or anyone else’s use in the future. The list is as follows :
Enterprise and the iOS — Interesting Reads
- Apple Developer Enterprise Resources Apple always has fantastic resources in the Developer programs. Get enrolled and then access the wide range of video/audio/texts they have for developers creating wide scale apps for the Enterprise domain. Starting from using the Apple Configurator, all the way down to encrypted servers and VPN, the resources are very very detailed and well written.
- MacIT conference 2013
This years MacIT conference had several presentations on Enterprise and iOS. And some of the presenters have kindly decided to share these presentations with us. A few of them don’t make much sense without the vocal explanation behind them, but nevertheless, they do tell you where to start, and what topics to look up when you need to learn this for yourself.
- Developing Enterprise iOS Applications – O’Reilly MediaIf you are not looking at management, but instead at developing Enterprise, then O’Reilly has a really nice book covering all the ground you need to get a good start. It discusses setting up XCode to work in a concurrent developer environment, connecting to SOAP and other backend environments, as well as brushes you up on any legal and marketing issues you may come up against in the Enterprise iOS domain.
Anyway, this is what I have gone through so far, I’ll keep adding to this list, as well as updating a few more blog articles on publishing and other basic topics to start off with.
Last but not the least, here’s a list of links for Enterprise iOS that maybe helpful along the same lines, but with more specific targets in mind.