Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) is a service that can store a lot of data and provide a full text-based search, among other cool features. In this article, we’ll show you how to integrate Amazon ES with your Backendless project.
To save objects to the Amazon ES with Backendless you have to:
Today we are kicking off our newest feature called “Backendless Spotlight”. Each week, we will spotlight one published app, available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, that uses Backendless for their server-side functionality and infrastructure. Our first spotlight will shine on a startup app called YTCount that just recently came to our attention. Read on to learn more about how YTCount has leveraged Backendless to turn a hobby into an app with over 60,000 active monthly users in just 3 years.
Editor’s Note: If you have an app using Backendless for its backend and would like to be considered for a future Backendless Spotlight, please send us an email with a link to your app and a description of how Backendless has helped you be successful.
It is very easy to use Backendless with Xamarin, Microsoft’s open source native app builder. You can try out Xamarin for building apps for free with the Community edition of Visual Studio from Microsoft. In this post, we’re going to create a simple example based on the Xamarin ToDo list sample provided by Xamarin.
One of the most powerful features that Backendless 5 has available is the capability for you to implement your own License Manager for creating and checking licenses for your product/customers. In this article, we will touch on some Backendless services such as data management and Business Logic and we will use one of the Backendless Client SDKs.
Building custom native applications has never been easier thanks to Backendless and Dropsource. With these platforms, you can build a beautiful native frontend and a robust and scalable backend with little or no coding required. On March 19, 2019, we will be hosting an hour-long webinar titled “Codeless Mobile App Development Using Backendless and Dropsource”. You can register here today.
In this webinar, we will walk you through how to set up and build a custom application using a backend built with Backendless and a frontend built with Dropsource. You will see how to connect your frontend (or client-side) with your backend (or server-side) using pre-built APIs by Backendless, how to build data tables to store your users’ information, how to use the Dropsource builder and Backendless console, and much more.
Additional topics to be covered include implementation of chat functionality in your app, implementation of a to-do list within an app including a complete set of database functions, and integration with Stripe for payment processing. Following the webinar, you will have a good understanding of the capabilities of the Backendless platform and a solid