In the previous article in this series, we started working on a single-page application which is based on combination of ReactJS and Redux, with Backendless for the backend. If you missed that article, we recommend you to start there. If you already have a Backendless account and you are already familiar with a React/Redux stack, you can just clone our previous progress from this commit, create a new Backendless app and use it as an entry point for today’s article. Let me describe the main goal for this article and what we plan to cover:
In this week’s Backendless Spotlight, we are excited to introduce you to one of the many nonprofit organizations that use the Backendless platform to support their mobile presence. Help A Paw is a startup out of Bulgaria that is seeking to solve a local problem with an eye for reaching communities facing the same issue globally: helping stray animals. If you are a developer looking to make a difference for a nonprofit organization in need, please read to the end.
Editor’s Note: If you or someone you know 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 the app or website and a description of how Backendless has helped them be successful.
If you have experience with AngularJS and would like to learn how to build an app with Backendless using that language, you can check out our previous series of articles:
In this article, as was the case with our Angular series, we will start by creating a new Backendless App and building a simple React app. Our demo app will be an Address Book app, so to get started we will show how to load and display some data from the server. In the future, we will modernize the application by adding more functionality.
Let’s get started!
In this week’s Backendless Spotlight, we bring you an Australian company that has grabbed a piece of the crypto craze by creating a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency market ticker for Australia’s crypto markets. BTC Market Ticker provides users with up-to-the-second market movements on BTCMarkets.net, one of Australia’s largest crypto and blockchain asset exchanges.
Editor’s Note: If you or someone you know 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.
For this series, we are developing an iOS game called “TapMe”. As TapMe is a multiplayer game, it provides registration for the new users and login for the existing ones. In this article, we are going to demonstrate how to handle user registration and login, as well as how to store a player’s information in the database.
The source code for the game is available in the author’s personal Github repo: https://github.com/olgadanylova/TapMe.git
In this week’s Backendless Spotlight, we are going to introduce you to a startup company out of Beirut, Lebanon, called Lifebook. Lifebook is a mobile app and physical product company that allows users to build their own custom photo album through the app and have it printed and delivered to them as a hand-crafted, leatherbound photo album. Lifebook invites users to become “Oxpeckers” (a species of bird known for perching on large animals) and let “Oppy” the hippo guard their memories forever.
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.
In this article series, I’m going to show you how to use this additional JS module. There are will be a total of 3 articles:
Today, we get started with creating a simple Android application on React Native for receiving Push Notifications. Alright, let’s do it.