With a QR-code or URL (sent by mail) end-users can updated their iRidium project on iOS or Android.
But: when you scan the QR-code (given by the installer or system-integrator) with a normal QR-app (in iOS or Android); the enduser can open the .irpz file and change everything in the project what he want. This is a problem, but not the biggest problem.
The biggest problem is when the end-user gives the project to a friend or OTHER installer, this installer can open the project file and use every script, image, and .irp-project...
in this case we need the possibility to generate in transfer a PROTECTED (.PIRPZ) file, including the necessary license for the project.
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