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GEMS

GEMS

GEMS & GEMS+ September 2022: Article by Jennifer McClure, PhD, Director of Investigative Science and Michelle Oliver, Product and Engagement Lead Background The majority of cigarette smokers want to quit someday but are not ready to commit to a long-term abstinence. However, available smoking cessation treatments are not well-suited for ambivalent smokers. Low-cost, high-reach mobile health (mHealth) interventions may be a costefficient means of helping this group quit smoking, but there are currently no evidence-based

MCoE Tech Newsletter – Eighth Edition

MCoE Tech Newsletter 12 August 2022 The Mobility Center of Excellence (MCoE) Tech Newsletter provides the latest information for mobile developers, designers, and testers. This edition includes important timely updates from both Apple and Google, and exciting recent tool enhancements. Please share this newsletter with your team. Validate iOS Apps on iOS 16 Beta Cool new features are included in Apple’s iOS 16, is your app ready for it? The MCoE recommends completing testing on

Validate iOS Apps on iOS 16 Beta

Validate iOS Apps on iOS 16 Beta

Validate iOS Apps on iOS 16 Beta August 2022: Article by Mobile DevOps iOS annual update Apple has been releasing new iOS versions in mid-September since iOS 6 in 2012. All KP mobile app teams need to test their apps with the new iOS version prior to the general public release to avoid user impact when Apple releases. iOS 16 Beta 5 is available iOS 16 Beta has been available for a couple of months

Google Play Developer Policy Updates

Google Play Developer Policy Updates

Google Play Policy Developer Updates August 2022: Article by Mobile DevOps At the end of July Google announced policy changes for Android apps deployed through the Google Play store. Therefore, these policy changes only affect our Android apps that are consumer facing. The MCoE recommends compliance ASAP in order to meet Google’s “at least” 30 days from announcement to enforcement timeframe. All policies, including when they are in effect, can be found in Google’s Policy

Java Version 11

Java Version 11

Java Version 11 August 2022: Article by Mobile DevOps Android mobile applications are developed using Java and Kotlin programming languages. For apps utilizing Java, updating your Java version may be needed. Android mobile app impacts The MCoE DevOps team will be removing support for Java 8 from the build system as part of regular technical debt reduction. Your Android project may need to be upgraded to Java 11. If your Android projects are using a