In the software as a service (SaaS) landscape, there are many variations of “____ as a service”. In this article, we will explain what mobile backend as a service, or MBaaS, means.
In this article, we are going to demonstrate how to create a simple peer-to-peer (p2p) chat application with the Backendless SDK for Flutter. This will give you an overview of the process needed to integrate your Backendless server-side with a Flutter client-side chat UI.
In this article, we will demonstrate React Native push notification setup for Android. With Backendless, once set up, push notifications can easily be sent cross-platform to any device with your React Native app.
Backendless Missions are designed to teach you the ins and outs of Backendless. Now, we’ve separated Missions into Mission Packs, allowing you to choose between a purely Codeless experience and learning with code.
UI Builder by Backendless is more than just a feature, it’s practically a whole product on its own. UI Builder is our Codeless visual app development tool that lets you create the frontend UX/UI of your app without writing a single line of code.
In another Recipe article, we discussed how to load data from the Backendless mbaas server using paging. In fact, data paging is only one of the features available in the data loading API. In this post, we are going to show how to fetch data objects with sorting. The sorting option can be combined with…
Loading data objects from the Backendless persistent storage is a fundamental operation a large majority of the online/mobile applications require. Backendless Data Retrieval API is simple, yet very powerful.
In other articles, we’ve discussed how to load object relations using the auto-load and the one-step approach. Both of these approaches return a complex hierarchy of data where the parent object includes child entities at the time when it is retrieved from the server.
In another article, we described how to load complex data objects from the persistent storage using the “auto-load” technique. Using that approach, a developer can statically identify specific (child) properties that should be returned along with the parent object(s) when a client app sends a request to load them.