Entitlements allow applications to access special resources and capabilities on iOS. A typical AIR application needs only the
get-task-allow entitlements keys. The packager configures the entitlements file and the application developer does not need to bother about entitlements at all. However, with the advent of native extensions, developers wanting to access resources beyond what the runtime provides might need to set up proper entitlements for them. Continue reading…
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