I came across a situation today where I needed to decode a string that was encoded using base32hex (RFC2938 standard) on an iOS device. I couldn’t find a library that did it, so I took MightyKan’s Base32 library (MIT License) and modified the encoding/decoding map from Crockford’s base32 to base32hex. The library is now available as Github repo on TroopSwap’s github page: https://github.com/troopswap/Base32hex-RFC2938-Standard
One week ago, I joined the TroopID/TroopSwap team out in Washington, DC. Yesterday, I catapulted the company into the mobile space! I’m happy to announce that Troop ID’s Single-Sign-On can now be performed on mobile devices using the the official Troop ID iOS SDK. This is the first step in a large effort to get the company in the mobile arena, and I’m quite excited for what’s in store!