Partnering with HMS: A Guide for App Developers is the first book to introduce readers to the Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) ecosystem. It gives developers a fundamental understanding of the ecosystem and how to leverage kit and tool capabilities to make their apps better.
This book is also a quick start guide for kit integration and practical environment setup, detailing the functions and principles behind each kit. By demonstrating how to integrate kits, the authors teach these kits by action: Account Kit, IAP, Push Kit, Location Kit, Map Kit, Site Kit, Safety Detect, and FIDO.
Readers are fully introduced to how they can use HMS open capabilities to develop quality apps, acquire users, and monetize their hard work. In addition, the ecosystem background – the business model and value chain that underpin the entire ecosystem as well as its privacy compliance framework – is crucial to operations and illustrated in this book.
Table of Contents
1. Overview of the HMS Ecosystem 2. HMS Core 3. Quick Start 4. Account Kit 5. In-App Purchases 6. Push Kit 7. Location Kit 8. Site Kit 9. Map Kit 10. Safety Detect 11. FIDO 12. Testing and Release
Xihai Wang is the founder of the HMS ecosystem and chief judge for DIGIX competitions run by the Huawei Consumer Cloud Service. Devoted to the software field for more than 15 years, he has recently focused on promoting open HMS capabilities and working with global developers to build an all-scenario smart ecosystem.
Yue Wang is the co-founder and advocate for the Quick App Alliance. He has nearly two decades of experience in developing and delivering major management software, distributed middleware, and platforms in the telecommunications field. This international field has benefited from many of his patent articles and grants. His core work is now dedicated to building open HMS Core capabilities while helping global developers succeed in the market.
Hailiang Wu is the chief lecturer for the HDD and HMS courses. Building on 10 years of experience in software development and architecture design, he now advocates for open HMS capabilities and the HMS ecosystem on a global stage, including technical support for global developers.