A modal is a common UI element used to grab the user’s attention by overlaying the page. In this step-by-step tutorial, we will show you how to implement, style, and interact with modals in UI Builder.
Views for Backendless Database now include a built-in REST Console for composing REST API queries that fetch data from your Views. You can also now import and export your Views.
Your API endpoints and published app’s URL are now much simpler and more visually appealing with custom subdomains for all Backendless apps. Not only that, but your app ID and API key are now much better protected.
Any time you entrust your data to a third-party vendor, the most important concern on your mind is going to be data security. New roles-based column visibility adds an easy way to protect certain sets of data from users that should not see sensitive data.
Backendless is perhaps the most powerful and versatile visual database on the market. Not only that, but Backendless Database is the only visual no-code database that offers relational data. But if you have 1-to-1 data relations, don’t you want to see what the related object is? Now you can!
In business, data is invaluable. To get the most out of your data, you need to be able to dig in and understand relationships between data points. Breadcrumbs help facilitate this exploration of relationships between objects.
With the release of Backendless version 6.4, we have added an exciting new collaboration feature: comments in Backendless Console. With this new feature, you can share suggestions and ask questions of the Backendless community.
There are tons of chat apps available on the market, but that doesn’t mean your ideal app already exists. If you’re looking to build your own chat app, this article is an excellent place to start. In this series of articles, we are going to show you how to create a beautiful iOS chat app…
In the software as a service (SaaS) landscape, there are many variations of “____ as a service”. We recently discussed API as a Service, and in this article, we will explain what mobile backend as a service, or MBaaS, means.