Web-to-App Communication: DirectInvoke

Note: This post is part of a series about Web-to-App Communication techniques. Background Typically, if you want your website to send a document to a client application, you simply send the file as a download. Your server indicates that a file should be treated as a download in one of a few simple ways: Specifying aContinue reading “Web-to-App Communication: DirectInvoke”

Demystifying ClickOnce

As we rebuild Microsoft Edge atop the Chromium open-source platform, we are working through various scenarios that behave differently in the new browser. In most cases, such scenarios also worked differently between 2018’s Edge (aka “Spartan”) and Chrome, but users either weren’t aware of the difference (because they used Trident-derived browsers inside their enterprise) orContinue reading “Demystifying ClickOnce”

Authenticode and ClickOnce

On my old IEInternals blog, I posted a fair bit about using Authenticode to sign your programs so that their origins could be identified and to avoid triggering warnings from SmartScreen. My last post on that blog before Microsoft took it away was about using a hardware token to improve security of your certificate’s privateContinue reading “Authenticode and ClickOnce”