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How to Create a Chat App that Supports Images (Part 2)
In this series of articles, we are going to show you how to make a beautiful chat app that supports sending, editing, and deleting messages with both text and images. We will show you how to build a highly functional frontend (in this example, for iOS) that connects seamlessly with a Backendless backend. You can…

Backendless Platform Packaging

We continue the “Backendless U” series and today we discuss different ways the Backendless Platform is packaged.

Welcome to "Backendless U" – mBaaS Overview

We started a new series of video posts with the project codename of “Backendless U”. We plan to discuss “all things Backendless” which include the company, customers, product architecture, features, but most importantly, provide information enabling you to build better apps with our technology. Here’s the first introductory video.

Google Sign In for Your Backendless App

We supported Google Sign in for a while, however, the feature was not properly documented. Until now! The documentation has been updated for Android and iOS SDKs. Using the “Login with Google” function, an app can provide a way for the users to login using their Google credentials. Once a user is authenticated, Backendless creates…

Troubleshooting JS Business Logic (Cloud Code)

For anyone developing business logic (Cloud Code) in JavaScript, we have put together some suggestions for troubleshooting your deployment. The page is added to the product documentation. One of the new features described in the doc is the ability to redirect console.log messages to Backendless logging. Once your JS code is deployed to production, messages…

Backendless Is Featured In a Gartner Report

Backendless was featured in a report by Gartner entitled “IT Market Clock for Mobile App Development, 2016”.

Farewell Backendless Standalone, Hello Backendless Pro!

About a year ago we made a decision to drop the barrier of entry for Backendless Standalone. At the time when we released the free version of Standalone Backendless, we made a bet that users will go for the “enterprise standard” of server redundancy by introducing a second (non-free) instance and thus removing a single…