The process of adding an SSL certificate to secure your app’s domain is undergoing a change. In addition, Cloud 9 plans now receive a free SSL certificate.
Backendless now supports OAuth 2.0 integration for your apps.
Any time you entrust your data to a third-party vendor, the most important concern on your mind is going to be data security. New roles-based column visibility adds an easy way to protect certain sets of data from users that should not see sensitive data.
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.
Remote work, particularly for technology-based jobs, is the new normal as the world grapples with the novel coronavirus. This creates many new challenges for teams that are used to working together on-site. It’s more important than ever that your team’s technology be the solution, not the problem.
We are excited to announce a new release for the Backendless platform as we approach the release of Version 6.0. Available now, Release 5.7.0 includes two powerful new features: spatial data and console visibility controls. Read on to learn more.
As we move toward the launch of version 6.0, we are excited to introduce new features to the Backendless platform that will make your life easier starting today. In this article, we are going to introduce you to a highly-requested new feature, Developer Permissions.
In another post, we described how to adjust an object’s access control list (ACL) using Backendless Console. As we mentioned, in addition to Backendless Console, the object’s permissions can be controlled using API.
Once a user of a Backendless-powered app logs in, a session is established. For a variety of reasons, including application security, it is best not to allow users to remain logged in indefinitely. Therefore, every session has an inactivity timeout timer that is reset with every new API call made within the session. When the…