18 Jul 2019

SEAP Newsletter - June 2019

By SEAP News

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Samsung will
deprecate KPE features duplicated in AE

 

Partners and enterprise customers using to-be-deprecated KPE features are highly encouraged to switch to AE features as soon as possible, and invest in the new KPE product to take advantage of its advanced security, granular manageability, and enhanced usability features.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Reminder to transition
from the old namespaces

 

All Samsung Knox SDK packages, intents, and permissions now use this namespace: com.samsung.android.knox. Migrate to the new namespace as Android Q will no longer support our use of the old namespace.

LEARN MORE
 

Knox Deep Dive: Changes to runtime permission in
Android Q

 

Critical changes are coming to how dangerous permissions are handled in Knox framework. Be sure to update your apps in time for the upcoming Android Q release so you can avoid issues with app functionality.

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Knox Code Bytes: Manage geofencing services

 

Follow the third Knox Code Bytes blog post on common API methods from Knox's Geofencing class to help strengthen your app security and functionality.

START LEARNING
 

One UI CSS Project: One UI to rule them all

 

The One UI CSS Project features a set of basic controls that allow developers to integrate the One UI design language into their websites. It offers buttons, textual input controls, menus, sliders, toggles, badges, and much more.

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Coding with Adam: Build a Bixby Capsule in under an hour

 

If you’ve ever wanted to learn Bixby directly from co-founder of Viv Labs, Adam Cheyer, here’s your chance. Gain valuable insight to take your idea from concept to a Marketplace-ready capsule.

START LEARNING

 

Sign up for SDC 2019 now and get 70% off registration

 

Join thousands of developers for this year’s Samsung Developer Conference at the San Jose Convention Center on October 29 – 30. Get hands-on with the latest products and SDKs!

REGISTER NOW

 

Attend MIT DC Grand Hack 2019 from August 2-4 

 

The MIT Grand Hack is coming to the Samsung Solutions Center in Washington D.C.! This is the weekend to brainstorm and build innovative solutions with hundreds of like-minded engineers, clinicians, designers, developers, and business people.

GET MORE INFO

 
 
 

 

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