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Learn the Fundamentals of Codeless Programming
Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting out, learning to program can be a daunting task. But what if I told you that you could learn the fundamentals of programming without writing a single line of code? That’s right—no coding required!

SuperScaling – Build Apps That Grow Without Limit

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.

What Is Serverless Computing?

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.

Mission Packs For Codeless Learning

Backendless Missions are designed to teach you the ins and outs of Backendless. Now, we’ve separated Missions into Mission Packs, allowing you to choose between a purely Codeless experience and learning with code.

How to Expire Objects in Data Storage

This post will show you how to implement a kind of “expiration” for your data objects. The strategy is sufficiently abstract, so it’s applicable to any resource you need to expire, including files, logs, and so on. Since the database does not have any built-in expiration mechanism, we’ll have to implement it on our own. Fortunately,…

How to Monitor Real-Time Connections in an Angular App

Today we will talk about how to monitor the client’s Real-Time Connections in your Angular application. This tutorial continues the guide on how to build Angular apps with Backendless. We recommend you check out the previous article in this series before you continue because we will use the application from the previous post as the…

How to Create a LinkedIn Clone Using Backendless

This series of tutorials was prepared by: Ega Wachid Radiegtya An Entrepreneur & App Developer You will learn how to make your own LinkedIn clone on Android, using React Native, React Navigation, Redux and Backendless. The following tutorial series is perfect for you if: You have a basic knowledge of React/Redux You’re looking to learn how…

Local API Service Debugging

Backendless API services enable Backendless developers to develop and run arbitrary Java, PHP and, very soon, JavaScript/Node.JS code as API services. With the service and CodeRunner update we deployed earlier this week, there is an awesome new feature which allows you to debug your services locally before publishing them into the cloud. The video below…

Join our Free Webinar: New Backendless 2.0 Release – Overview and Highlights

We resume our webinar series with the plan to conduct two webinars a month. The first one is dedicated to the Backendless 2.0 release where you get an overview of the Platform and the new features of the release. Our webinars are interactive and you can ask us any questions. Join the upcoming free webinar “New Backendless…

Compatibility notice: using async API calls in CodeRunner

This is a notification about an upcoming change in the behavior of CodeRunner – a Backendless container responsible for executing custom business logic. An upcoming release will introduce a change that will change the behavior of CodeRunner with regards to the Backendless API calls made by custom code. Currently, custom business logic can make both…