Speaking at an event held by Chinese tech giant Huawei on December 27, the executive said HMS Core 4.0 would be rolled out shortly. The new service will offer developers many advanced options to the features.
Speaking at the Huawei Developer Groups event on December 27, the Huawei Consumer Cloud Servies operations manager announced that HMS Core 4.0 will be released soon.
The new beta update will come with 14 to 24 core open functions. The new public beta will be released shortly. This will allow developers access to better services and features. Huawei HMS Core 4.0 will come with Huawei account services, in-app purchasing services and advertising services. In addition, features such as intelligent learning services, dynamic tag management services will be included.
Huawei notification kit
The Chinese smartphone maker's use of notification services is also growing quite rapidly. As of November 2019, access to the number of notification service functions has managed to exceed the 38 thousand threshold. In addition, daily message volume exceeded the threshold of 30 billion.
Developers can reach users faster and more accurately thanks to Huawei's notification services. Thanks to the support of all terminals, user perception and activity also improves. The technology company's sensitive notification services are activated in three ways: subscription content, user tag combination and scene timing.
Huawei security detection and Fido privacy service
HMS Core service 4.0 security detection, information security to protect customer privacy and system robustness, detection, application security, detection, malicious URL detection, fake detection of multidimensional user identification and other security features.
At the same time, Fido (online fast authentication service); safer BioAuthn provides local biometric authentication, FIDO2 features, and offers developers secure and easy-to-use unencrypted authentication services. According to reports, in addition to powerful functions, Huawei HMS Core 4.0 optimizes the Access process, allows developers to quickly integrate into HMS core, and a single service is completed in as little as three days.