policedotnet made a big step forward, now what? After more than seven years of planning and development, the second phase of policedotnet has been released. All that remains to be done is to release the new version, which will mark the end of project life as we know it. Today’s blog entry overviews the latest developments in the police web application (pwaa). Security updates are also available for this update to ensure community confidence in your software.
What’s new in 2.0.3?
The first phase of policedotnet was released in 2014 and was followed by a longer-term support release in early 2016. During the first phase of development, a lot of effort was put into laying the foundation for future improvements, including an efficient and robust API, clear and concise documentation, and a stable host server.
The second phase of development saw the addition of the new features and functions necessary for the full-blown application. In this release, the focus is again on the security and privacy aspects, with the introduction of strong authentication and secure authorization. New logging facilities, the ability to attach witness statements, and a new view function allows the developers to see what information they are logging and validate the information they are logging. Also new is the ability to see your app in real-time via webhooks, allowing the same information to be monitored and controlled remotely.
New features and improvements
Improved security – In this release, several important improvements are made to ensure maximum protection for your customers. For example, the ability for users to verify the identity of others is added, a new system for managing and deleting accounts is added, and an access control system is introduced. Other security-related improvements include: Fixed issues in the authentication system preventing users from creating and deleting accounts, preventing account logging, and preventing remote access.
Improved performance – As expected from a project of this size and nature, the performance of the applicationis very good. The biggest improvement, however, is the Focus On Security feature, which now allows the developers to see what information they are logging and, based on that information, what the end goal is. This allows them to control and manage the application more effectively.
Fixed issues with the host server – Nativehosts continue to be our king as far as hosting providers go, and their hosting solution is still one of the most reliable on the market. This holds even though our product is now twenty years old. What’s more, their service is still excellent, with high-quality features and support.
As with any major release, there are security updates for this version of pwaa. The most significant update is the introduction of the Content Security Policy (CSPA) feature, which allows you to easily enforce best practices regarding the content that your users can and cannot see. You can find out more about this feature and how it can help your business here.
pwaa is a valuable resource to any business, whether or not it employs a security consultant. The availability of pwaa at this point in time means that it can be used as-is, without the need for additional protection. This is an excellent option for businesses that want to provide their customers with the best possible experience, without having to invest in any additional protection.
One of the most important things you can do in order to ensure that your customers receive the best experience possible is to implement optimal security practices. pwaa can help you achieve this goal by providing tools that help you monitor and manage your users’ access to your site, from when they sign in to when they leave. With the release of pwaa 2.0, the community members have created the foundation for an efficient and effective application. As the project continues to grow, more features and functions will be added, improving the overall service. With time and investment, pwaa can become an invaluable resource to your business.
This blog entry discusses the latest developments in the policing web application (pwaa). Follow this blog entry to see what else is new, or check out the official website for more information.