The Backendless European Union Hosting Cluster is a server cluster located in Europe. This new cluster provides Backendless Cloud developers outside of the United States a faster serverless app hosting alternative.
Adalo is a no-code app-building platform that aims to make building an app “as easy as making a slide deck”. When you integrate a no-code Backendless backend with your Adalo app, you get a visual relational database, user management, security, serverless hosting, and much more.
The new Visual Data Modeler makes visualizing and modifying your table schema easier than ever. This new feature in Backendless Database is another powerful tool for simplifying the app development process.
Backendless Database now supports the JSON data type, a significant innovation that allows us to support both structured and unstructured data.
We are excited to announce the release of our first-ever Masterclass for Backendless’ UI Builder. With this free course, you will learn how to take your no-code app to the next level!
We see more and more complex apps being developed with Backendless. Once an app is released into production, making changes to a live backend becomes very risky and could destabilize the app. App-to-app deployment from Backendless is here to help.
With the Transactions API, Backendless Database can execute multiple database requests grouped into a single transaction. When any one of these grouped database operations fails, the entire transaction is rolled back – meaning any other changes within the same transaction are canceled.
In this edition of the Backendless Spotlight, we visit with the creator of a unique new messaging app startup with a humorous slant. PuppetChat takes the concept of filters seen in many social apps and turns it on its head, allowing users to put their voice to a real physical puppet.
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.