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How to Create a Chat App that Supports Images (Part 2)
In this series of articles, we are going to show you how to make a beautiful chat app that supports sending, editing, and deleting messages with both text and images. We will show you how to build a highly functional frontend (in this example, for iOS) that connects seamlessly with a Backendless backend. You can…

How to Setup Push Notifications In a React Native App (iOS)

Recently we published an article titled “How to Enable Push Notifications Using Backendless in a React Native App (Android)”. Now we are going to continue demonstrating how to enable push notifications, this time for iOS devices. If you missed that article, we recommend you to read it first as there we implemented a basic React Native setup and configured a…

How to Send Personalized Push Notifications at Scale

The ability to send push notifications has been a key Backendless feature for quite a while, but until now, it only had a basic set of actions such as sending to all devices in a specific channel and/or to a specific device type (Android/iOS). With the latest changes, it has grown into a powerful tool…

Backendless Spotlight on Game With Me

This week, Backendless Spotlight enters the gaming arena with Game With Me, a social app designed to help gamers connect with other gamers to play games together. Game With Me uses search filters, instant messaging, push notifications and many more Backendless features to create a platform that makes finding new gaming friends easy. Game With Me…

Backendless Spotlight on BTC Market Ticker

In this week’s Backendless Spotlight, we bring you an Australian company that has grabbed a piece of the crypto craze by creating a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency market ticker for Australia’s crypto markets. BTC Market Ticker provides users with up-to-the-second market movements on BTCMarkets.net, one of Australia’s largest crypto and blockchain asset exchanges. Editor’s Note: If you or…

How to Setup Push Notifications In a React Native App (Android)

React Native helps you build a native mobile application using JavaScript (for more information about React Native, you can check out the documentation on Github here). The Backendless JavaScript SDK (JS-SDK) already has full compatibility with React Native – just install it from NPM, require in your code, and go. But since the release of Backendless…

Backendless Spotlight on YTCount

Today we are kicking off our newest feature called “Backendless Spotlight”. Each week, we will spotlight one published app, available on the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and the web, that uses Backendless for their server-side functionality and infrastructure. Our first spotlight will shine on a startup app called YTCount that just recently came…

Integrating Push Notifications into a Dropsource Project

Dropsource is an online platform for developing Android and iOS applications without coding. The platform also lets you download the source code for your app so you can make changes and subsequently publish into the app store (note: downloading the source code is a paid feature). If you’re looking to add support for push notifications…

Personalized Push Notifications for Android and iOS

We are happy to announce the new release of Backendless, version 5.2.0. The new release delivers completely redesigned support for push notifications. With the new release, you can create highly visual, dynamic, and interactive push notifications for Android and iOS devices. The content in the notifications can be personalized for each individual user. You can greet…

Rethinking Device Registrations for Push Notifications

Backendless Push Notifications are getting a much-needed facelift. Today, with the release of version 4.3.0 you will start noticing some improvements. Specifically, you will see the DeviceRegistration data table: