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Introducing The Generated Columns Feature
Backendless version 5.7.3 introduces generated columns, a new feature of the Backendless Database. Using this feature, you can declare a new type of column for which the database calculates the values based on a specified expression. These new columns function much like formulas in your favorite spreadsheet application. When you add a generated column, you…

Integrate AWS Lambda Into Your Backendless Apps

Backendless version 4 has a lot of magic. An example of this is our integration with AWS Lambda – Amazon’s version of “serverless” programming. With Lambda, you define your server-side code without any association with a physical machine where it runs. A lambda function can be developed in node.js, Java, C#, etc. The integration we…

How Billing Plans Work

Backendless offers three billing plans to choose from – Free, Cloud9 and Cloud99. You can see the details of all the plans on the Backendless Cloud Pricing page. Each plan has its own limits which can be increased/customized for the Cloud9/99 plans. Plan customization is done via the purchase of a “Function Pack” from our…

Backendless 4.0 Beta 1 Is Here!

It has been a long journey from the early days when the Backendless team sat down to discuss what we wanted to do with the platform to today when we are writing this blog post. The idea for the 4.0 release was started as a uniform vision for a major cleanup of all the issues…