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Introducing The Generated Columns Feature
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. These new columns function much like formulas in your favorite spreadsheet application. When you add a generated column, you…

How to Build a Game Skill for Amazon Alexa Using Codeless

In a previous article (Developing a Custom Skill for an Alexa Game), we showed you how to build a custom Alexa skill using Backendless and our Amazon Alexa Skill SDK. Now, we are going to show how to make the same game using our Codeless feature – in other words – without any coding!

How to Integrate Amazon Elasticsearch Service with Backendless

Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) is a service that can store a lot of data and provide a full text-based search, along with other cool features. In this article, we’ll show you how to integrate Amazon ES into your Backendless project. Of course, you may be able to accomplish what you’re looking for by using…

Integrate AWS Lambda Into Your Backendless Apps

Backendless version 4 has a lot of magic. An example of this is our integration with AWS Lambda – Amazon’s version of “serverless” programming. With Lambda, you define your server-side code without any association with a physical machine where it runs. A lambda function can be developed in node.js, Java, C#, etc. The integration we…

Run Backendless Pro in AWS

Backendless Pro is the limitless version of the Backendless Platform. You can install it on your development computer, your own data center or run in the cloud. Wherever you decide to run the product, all the functional limits which you’d find in our Cloud version are removed; thus, Backendless Pro provides the limitless capabilities. To…