Backendless increased the limits on Cloud Code deployment size for the Cloud 9 and Cloud 99 plans. Now, developers can deploy more of their business logic and dependencies. The new limit for Cloud 9 is 20 MB and for Cloud 99 is 100 MB.
There are few worse feelings than deploying new code only to realize that the code accidentally broke something. You need to get back to the last working version, but what did it look like? What do you do?
Custom API keys may not seem like the most exciting feature of Backendless, but the flexibility that they provide is extremely valuable. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at this unheralded feature.
Backendless version 5.7.3 released this week including several new features. In this article, we will look at how to use the new database functions to retrieve data derived from the information stored in your database.
Backendless release 5.7.3 includes a number of powerful new features. In this article, we will take a look at a new feature for retrieving data from your Backendless Database.
One of the features we added in the 5.7.3 release of Backendless is the ability to configure smart text for some Android and iOS push notification visualization properties. That sounds pretty complicated, doesn’t it? Simply put, now you can personalize the styling of your push notifications on a per user basis.
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.
One of the new features we added in Backendless is called “Generated columns”. If you are familiar with Excel and have ever used Excel cell functions, you will understand Backendless Generated columns in no time. In short, it is a special column you can declare in a data table that has a “formula”, or our…
In January 2020, we introduced new spatial data types that will be replacing our existing geolocation features. This week, we released an update for our .NET SDK that will allow you to work with those new data types.