The FeedHenry Administration Console provide support for the administration of all aspects of the platform.
The Users administration area allows you to list, update, delete and create platform users for your domain. App Studio users and other users, for example $fh.auth (go to the relevant $fh.auth documentation for your client SDK) users in your apps can be administered here. Users can be assigned roles (to give them permission to perform & view various areas of the App Studio). Users can also be assigned Auth Policies for use in conjunction with $fh.auth API.
The Auth Policies administration area allows you to list, update, delete and create auth policies. The FeedHenry Platform has a feature rich Authentication and Authorization mechanism. At the core of this is the concept of Auth Policies. An Auth Policy allows you to define how your Users will Authenticate themselves when accessing your Applications and App Store Items, and also allows you to define various Authorization checks.
Mobile Application Management allows you to control all aspects of distributing apps to end user devices as well as tracking and managing this usage.
The FeedHenry Mobile App Store provides end users with access (via a mobile internet site) to install mobile apps for iOS and Android directly onto their mobile devices. The administration area for your App Store allows you to configure your app store with a title, icon, assign auth policies and assign Store Items to your App Store.
The App Store Items Administration section of the App Studio allows an administrator to add new Store Items for distribution. Here you can upload native binaries for new and existing store items for Android, iOS (Universal), iPhone & iPad. You can also assign icons to your Store Items which will appear in your App Store, and give your Store items a name and a description.
The App Store Groups Administration section of the App Studio allows an administrator to create groups which can be used to restrict app store items to a particular set of users. App Store items can be marked as restricted to a particular set of groups, and only users in those groups will be able to view those items in the app store.
The Device Administration section of the App Studio allows an administrator to view active Devices, assign friendly names to devices, view Apps/Users in use on Devices, block devices and mark a device for data purge.