Programmatically create and configure a Client Certificate for use in your Windows Runtime based app

  Often there is a need in your Windows Store app (including Windows Phone 8.1) to access resources (such as a WebServer) which requires Client certificate authentication. You typically use the Windows.Web.Http.HttpClient class to send a HTTPs request to your WebServer and attach a Client Certificate with the request to access such resources. This blog…

Including Self-Signed Certificates with your Windows Runtime based Windows Phone 8.1 apps

The concept of Universal apps lets you share common code targeting the Windows Runtime between a Windows Store app and a Windows Phone 8.1 app. However there are still some areas where there isn’t a 1:1 mapping. When using self-signed certificates with your Windows Runtime based Windows Phone 8.1 apps there is some complexity involved….

Frequently asked questions about Windows Phone Company Hub apps

  Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding Windows Phone company hub apps, AET token and certificates. The following applies to both Windows Phone 8.0 and 8.1 1. Can we sign Company hub apps using self-signed certificate or any other third party certificates? Enterprise Mobile Code signing certificate from…