MCoE Tech Newsletter
17 November 2021
Happy holidays! The Mobility Center of Excellence (MCoE) Tech Newsletter provides the latest information for mobile developers, designers, and testers. This edition includes tool updates, Apple and Google’s latest news, and information that is just good to know.
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MCoE DevOps Survey
This 5-minute MCoE DevOps survey will help us learn about your experience with our DevOps team. Participating in the survey could qualify you for a $20 Amazon gift card.
Mobile Days is Coming Soon!
Want to know more about all things mobile at KP and hear some great speakers? The 2021 MCoE Mobile Days is a virtual 4-half day event we will be hosting December 7-10th.
Apple Account Deletion
Apple’s updated review guidelines states that all apps that allow for account creation must allow users to initiate deletion of their account from within the app. This requirement applies to all app submissions starting January 31, 2022.
Android 12, Google and Apple Policy Reminders
Need to know latest with Android 12, Google, or Apple development policy updates? Maybe just looking for quick links about them? We’ve got you!
How to Use GitHub for Releases
Did you know GitHub provides a new and improved release process? GitHub releases are a best practice for official app builds and easy to setup.
Since migration to Stampede last March, the MCoE has been busy supporting the growth in usage. Read about this uptick, outage notice, and updates.
Mobile Developers Community of Practice
Being part of a community helps us connect with others, bring perspective to our work, and uplifts everyone’s game through sharing. As luck would have it we are looking for presenters and participation in the Mobile Developers Community of Practice. Everyone is welcome!
In case you missed it, check out these previously published tech articles.
Kotlin Language 1.5 Release Update
The Kotlin programming language is used for Android development in many of our custom mobile apps such as KP Mobile and also in the Mobile Development Kit (MDK) reusable libraries.
iOS 15 Update
KP enterprise apps and iOS 15 update won’t be an issue. How do we know?
For partners who need to request mobile app services, guide them to submit an MCoE engagement intake form.