In my previous post I reviewed the user registration API. Now that you know how to use the registration API and have a registered user, the next step is to review the login functionality. The video below focuses on the apps’ login screen and the Backendless Login API.
In the video below I review the code for the User Registration screen of the RestaurantToGo sample app. Additionally, I discuss the usage of the Backendless Registration API. In the previous post and video, I reviewed the process of setting up the development environment for the application.
This is the first post in the series documenting a sample Android app we built to demonstrate various Backendless features. (You can read/watch project overview posted earlier) The video below demonstrates the following: Retrieving project from its github repository. Running the app in emulator. Creating a Backendless account. Importing app data to your Backendless backend….
Earlier this year I wrote about building a sample to demonstrate various APIs of the platform. There is also a post describing the database schema and app’s storyboard. The application is now ready and I will be posting a video tutorial detailing every step of building an app, including the following: Development environment setup User…
Backendless has been referenced as a representative vendor in a Gartner publication – “Market Guide for Cloud Mobile Back-End Services”.