Thunkable is a no-code app builder specializing in iOS and Android mobile apps. When you integrate a feature-rich no-code Backendless backend with your Thunkable app, you get a visual relational database, user management, bulletproof security, highly-scalable serverless hosting, and much more.
Android apps are a great way to make your business more accessible to customers. With the help of Google Play, you can publish an app that is compatible with all Android devices and add it as a new revenue stream for your company.
Preview and publish your UI Builder app as a hybrid mobile app for both Android and iOS with the latest update to Backendless Viewer.
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.
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…
Flutter is a new cross-platform frontend framework from Google. In this article, we are going to show how to set up push notifications for your Flutter project and how to handle notifications directly from Flutter.
In this article, we’ll consider some practical examples of how to use the Backendless Data Collection library to its fullest extent. You can find code documentation and sources for the library here.
Whether you develop with IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, or Android Studio, the Backendless library (jar) for Java/Android must be referenced as a dependency. The library includes all the APIs that provide access to the backend functionality. The library is deployed to the centralized Maven repository, which makes it easy to import it to any Backendless-powered app.
Previously, we wrote about how to store and retrieve objects to and from server-side in-memory cache. Quite often when working with your cache, it is necessary to check if an object already exists in cache. Backendless provides an API for that function. The code below checks if an object exists in cache, and if not,…