The Aurigma Up 1.10 update was the largest one since its birth date and as many people experienced firsthand, it did not go well. A lot of end users complained that the app crashes on the launch while we could not reproduce the problem locally. We spend more than a week to figure out what is wrong. The app is on the way to the Apple's approval and meanwhile I am going to share what we learned from this incident.
While preparing the next Upload Suite update, we had some support requests regarding the problems with Internet Explorer when it runs in so-called EPM (Enhanced Protection Mode). So we had to figure out what is EPM and how our uploader should live with it.
After a recent iOS8 release, our HTML5 uploader stopped working there. It was the Apple's fault and fortunately they were kind enough to fix it in 8.0.2 released shortly. But this issue made me to recall the idea of a mobile-friendly HTML5 uploader.
If you are using Java uploader or downloader created before April 2014, you may encounter a problem with the expired certificate. What to do if it happens?
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