June 23, 2020

Jscrambler 7.0: Web + Mobile App Protection

by Jscrambler

Jscrambler 7.0: Web + Mobile App Protection

Pick up the (smart)phone because Jscrambler 7.0 is officially live!

Web + Mobile App Protection

With this new major update, Jscrambler becomes a one-stop shop for protecting both web and mobile apps.

By extending our leading JavaScript protection technology to cross-platform frameworks like React Native, Ionic/Cordova, NativeScript, and PWAs, you can now seamlessly protect all JavaScript components and also native ones.

All of these integrations are thoroughly documented and have been extensively tested to ensure a seamless protection process and minimal need for troubleshooting.

App Classification

Another key feature of this major release is App Classification.

Now, when you upload your code to the Jscrambler Web App, you will see an analysis of your app, including its compatibility and frameworks.

All this metadata is automatically used by Jscrambler with two main goals. First, to seamlessly fine-tune Jscrambler's protection to your specific app. Second, to provide a new "Browser Compatibility" feature that will give you complete visibility and control over the compatibility of your protected code. You can set specific browser versions for which you want to ensure compatibility and Jscrambler will assist you in making sure that the selected transformations match these requirements.

Improved Application Profiling

Jscrambler Profiling allows you to effortlessly improve the performance of your protected code in performance-sensitive apps.

In this 7.0 release, we introduce new Profiling modes to help you persist the profiling recommendations and more easily integrate Profiling into your CI/CD. You can now also manage the Jscrambler Profiling process through our CLI.

Always Ahead

This release is another milestone in our long journey of providing cutting-edge JavaScript Protection. Not only did we improve the overall usability of our solution, we now cover all mobile apps — ensuring that organizations will not leave parts of their code exposed.

If you haven't already, try Jscrambler for free and see it in action for yourself!