Building apps with Backendless means you will never have to worry about your infrastructure being capable of scaling with you. SuperScaling is the secret sauce that makes this possible.
Today, Bubble announced a major change in their pricing structure. Intended to make their pricing “more predictable and easier to understand”, the reality was clear to their community: Bubble is simply not scalable anymore.
Does it makes sense for your app to be serverless? As with most development decisions, the answer is: it depends. What does serverless really mean? In this article, we’ll break it down for you.
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.
There are two main categories of database in use in the development world today, commonly referred to as SQL and NoSQL. In this article, we will compare an SQL vs. NoSQL database based on their pros and cons.
Following the database security best practices outlined in this article will help ensure that your data is kept confidential and secure in the face of malicious attacks and data breaches.
To further bolster your user management capabilities, Backendless now supports OAuth 2.0 integration for your apps.
Bubble.io is one of the most popular no-code app builders on the market. When you integrate a feature-rich no-code Backendless backend with your Bubble app, you get a visual relational database, user management, bulletproof security, highly-scalable serverless hosting, and much more.
The Deep Save API leverages the capabilities of the Transaction API to allow you to save related data objects in multiple tables simultaneously within a single API call.