CryptoLicensing - In a previous article I talked about Crypto Obfuscator For .Net which obfuscates your source code allowing you to protect your intellectual property.
As part of this first line of defense, you need to enable licensing in your commercially available software. CryptoLicensing from LogicNP Software is a very good
Crypto Obfuscator - There are a few things that I consider rather important when developing an application for resale. Two of those are licensing and protecting your source code.
If you had to sell an application, would you be confident enough that the source could not be reverse engineered? There are
DevExpress Document Server - A couple of years ago (long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away) I had to take over a project from a developer that had left the company I worked for. Unfortunately, she left in the middle of an implementation. The application was developed and
Parasoft Service Virtualization is a product you need to seriously consider if you are developing applications that you have to test. But before I continue, let me step back a bit.
What is one of the first things you do when setting up a test environment? Well I guess that largely
StyleCop Code Analysis How-To is a nice read. At only 57 pages long, you can expect to work through the book in no time. I had the chance to check it out and I really enjoyed the read, not to mention learning a few things I didn't know.
The book is
Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook - Being a programmer, I love technology related books. (Any programmer that doesn't read is flawed. Sorry, it's a fact, you will never grow.) I try to read as often as I can. I enjoy reading on-line, easily digestible content and therefore
iOS Succinctly by Syncfusion is one of the most concise books on iOS I have read. It is the second book in a two-part series on iPhone and iPad app development. Objective-C Succinctly was the initial book and it covered Objective-C and core data structures used by virtually all iOS
I think any developer will agree with me that adding security features to an application can be an absolute pain. This is especially true if you don’t have a set template or module that you can slot into your application.
Well with Visual Guard from Novalys, the integration of security features
Visual Guard Authentication
Visual Guard Groups
Visual Guard Server
Check Security Actions
Managing Identity Federation With Visual Guard
Deploying The Visual Guard Repository
In my previous article, Securing Your Application With Visual Guard - Part 1, we were introduced to some basic features of this fantastic product. In this post I will
Visual Guard Features
Start Visual Guard WinConsole and create a Repository
Integrate Visual Guard Runtime with your Application
Connecting to your Repository / Set up your Application
Creating a User
Edit Password Policy
I think any developer will agree with me that adding security features to an application can be an absolute pain. This is especially