Mobile Development Kit Library Template on GitHub February 2021: Article by Erik Everson, IT Applications Engineer Overview Many teams across Kaiser Permanente are beginning to develop reusable libraries for the core functionality of their application suites. We are proud to introduce our MDKTemplate projects in GitHub. These template projects are set up to act as a starting point for your library development needs. With these templates, all of the library-related details have already been finished.
KPAppInfo February 2021: Article by Erik Everson, IT Applications Engineer KPAppInfo The Mobile Development Kit team has been working hard to improve upon the existing libraries that our customers throughout the organization use and depend on. With this ongoing effort, we are proud to release an updated version of KPAppInfo. Legal made easy KPAppInfo is a library that handles the legal requirement to provide acknowledgments in your application for all third-party library dependencies. This library
New Intake Experience for Mobile App Management, Certification The MCoE is pleased to announce our new intake and program management portal is ready for partners to experience: the MCoE Service Desk. Where is the new Intake Form? Please go to the new MCoE Service Desk portal and bookmark it for future reference. Be sure to sign in with your NUID and Windows Password. What’s included in 1.0? The Engagement and Certification team is transforming from
App Update Alert: KP iHub 3.0 for iOS The KP iHub app is designed to support multiple business capabilities with the goal of “Enabling Access Anywhere, Anytime”. KP iHub is a new mobile application that allows Expense Report Owners and Preparers to create reports, capture receipts, and submit expenses for approval from KP-managed iPhones and iPads. This app also allows FDA Approvers to review and approve Requisitions and Expense Reports. The iExpense application is now
Leverage the MDK App to jumpstart or enhance custom mobile apps. The MCoE Development Team offers a suite of common, reusable components to streamline mobile app builds. MDK App 3.0 Release Notes Get the code for your Mobile App by submitting an MCoE intake form. – Fixed crasher on Auth and Environment screens. #48 – Renamed KPPods to MDK all folders, build targets and app name #44 – Updated icons, launch screen and README file #44