Code signing is one of those frustrating chores that iOS developers inevitably have to deal with--whether it’s creating provisioning profiles or managing development or production certificates or certificates for push notification. It’s tedious, frustrating and convoluted, but it doesn't have to be.
Last month mobile-to-mobile communications company Bump decided to share its technology, which allows for data transfer between two iPhone or Android phones. For example, its flagship iPhone app swaps contact info and photos when two phones "bump" (as in "fist bump") near each other. Bump introduced an API, but to little fanfare.