Richard Hayton

Richard Hayton

I'm the Chief Architect for the Mobile Platform Group at Citrix. I've been with Citrix for 16+ years - the first 10 or so with Citrix Labs. I moved to Engineering  six years ago to productize one of my pet projects 'Anthem' which later became 'Dazzle' and then the Self Service Plug-in part of Receiver. Though my day job is now XenMobile, I've had a long running love affair with all things Receiver, and much of my time is spent driving, supporting and, more often than I care to admit, coding parts of Reciever.X1.

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Calling Your Own Services from Receiver

Introduction Over the past several months I’ve been blogging about how you can customize the new Receiver and StoreFront to…

Citrix Customization Cookbook

This post is a ‘cookbook’ of customization queries and requests that I’ve had since the release of StoreFront 3.0, together…

Citrix Recipe Box: StoreFront Approvals

Now that StoreFront 3.0 is out, I wanted to return to the topic of Approvals Workflows and give some more…

(Old) Receiver Is Dead. Long Live (New) Receiver.

We’re excited to announce the general availability of the new versions of Receiver for Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, HTML5, and…

X1 DIY Approvals

In my blog series so far, I’ve focused on the nuts and bolts of X1 Customization. This post is an…

X1 Skin for NetScaler Gateway

One comment I’ve heard repeatedly is that while the new X1 UI is great, the users accessing it need to…

Receiver X1 APIs

This blog is a break from the format of the rest of the series to give a quick list of…

Scripting X1

We finished the last blog with a quick script example. Script scares people – after all this is real programming,…

X1 Customization: Going deeper with CSS

This is my third blog post in a series related to the Receiver X1 Tech Preview. We have shared some…

Deploying and Branding Receiver X1

This is my second blog post in a series related to the Tech Preview of Receiver X1. In my first,…

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