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Notes for Developers
Our goal is to provide clear instructions for developers.

Our hope is that WebAuthn+ will used as the code foundation for educating new developers.

Please contact us with any questions or recommendations for improvement:  trustnexus.io@austin.rr.com.
Remember, WebAuthn+ is still a prototype application.
We need two simple changes to the Web Bluetooth API in order to make WebAuthn+ fully functional:
  • Application level (from within the browser code) messaging from the browser to the smart phone.  This will enable the Domain Name to be confirmed over a paired Web Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connection between the browser and the user's smart phone.
  • Web Bluetooth pairing history.  Once you have paired your smart phone to a specific system the browser should securely "remember" the pairing and the process should be automatic.  The annoying pairing screen should be a one time process.
We currently have source code in Java for the server application and source code in Android for the mobile application.  All the browser based functionality is done with standard JavaScript.  We need three more code projects:
  • Objective-C for the iOS mobile application.
  • Python for an alternative server application.
  • Ruby for an alternative server application.
If you would like to to become a collaborator or help in any way please contact us:  trustnexus.io@austin.rr.com.
We plan to create a program that will compensate core developers who contribute to the open source effort.  We are not socialists.  We believe the software developers who contribute to this effort should be well compensated.  The idea that talented software engineers should contribute their talents as slave labor to the richest corporations in the world is truly ridiculous.
Download and Install Java SE
Follow the instructions here.
On Windows 10, after you complete the step for "Setting the PATH Environment Variable", also create a new "System variable" for "JAVA_HOME".  Set the value to the location of your Java installation (e.g., "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-13"; not including the bin directory).
Once installed, you can test the installation on Windows 10 by opening a command prompt and entering, "java -version"
and "echo %JAVA_HOME%".
Download and Install The Eclipse IDE (code editor)
Follow the instructions here.
In "step 3." select "Eclipse IDE for Enterprise Java EE Developers".
Once Eclipse is installed it will open.  Select "Window >> Preferences" then type "tab" in the filter box. 
Select "General >> Editors >> Text Editors".  Set the "Displayed tab width" to "2" and check "Insert spaces for tabs".
Select "Java >> Code Style >> Formatter"; then click the "Edit" button.  The "Profile" screen will be displayed.
Set the "Tab policy" to "Spaces only".  Set the "Indentation size" to "2".  Set the "Tab size" to "2".
Set the "Profile name" to "WebAuthnPlus".  Click "OK".
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