Performing advanced mobile app development tasks
Enhance the functionality of your mobile app with advanced features, such as custom modules or Mobile SDK.
- Customizing fonts for the native mobile app components
Customize the fonts for the text that is displayed on the header or the bottom bar of your mobile app, to conform to your company's branding and to improve readability.
- Replacing the icon font in imported applications
Ensure that your mobile app is displayed properly with the Mobile – Slide Up layout, by replacing the font for icons on the header or the bottom bar. Complete this procedure when the UI Kit in your application is in an earlier version than version 14, and you do not add the latest UI Kit to your application stack.
- Configuring search in mobile apps
Enhance the overall user experience by configuring the search in a mobile app. For example, modify the search parameters and define the scope of the search in your app.
- Configuring direct authentication against an external OIDC server for Pega Infinity Mobile Client
Increase the security of your application by configuring Pega Infinity Mobile Client to authenticate mobile users directly against an external OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity provider through the OIDC authorization code authentication flow.
- Configuring application package-based mobile app
You develop an SDK mobile app outside of the Pega Platform by using the integrated development environment (IDE) of your choice, which also uses the Pega Mobile SDK. By later creating a definition for your SDK mobile app within the Pega Platform, you can configure the app for push notifications. You develop an SDK mobile app outside of App Studio by using the integrated development environment (IDE) of your choice, which also uses the Pega Mobile SDK. By later creating a definition for your mobile app within App Studio, you can configure the
- Setting up an alternative host for mobile apps
Configure a mobile app to connect to a specific alternative host name and port instead of the default host name and port of the instance that you use to build your app.