Our OAuth API, which allows you to get the full benefits of third-party OAuth login, was initially only available for use via our SDKs. Now, we have added a new Codeless block so your application can include login with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, Discord, GitHub, Spotify, and more!
We are excited to roll out the first 3 of our new App Blueprints for the Backendless platform. With App Blueprint templates, you can build a fully functional web app with connected database in just a few clicks!
A hamburger menu is a common UI element, particularly for mobile and tablet design. Hamburger menus allow the user to easily show and hide a site or application’s main navigation menu to preserve screen real estate.
With “no-code” tools, anyone can build a mobile or web app faster than ever before. In this step-by-step demo of Backendless UI Builder, we walk you through the creation of a fully Codeless To-Do app.
A modal is a common UI element used to grab the user’s attention by overlaying the page. In this step-by-step tutorial, we will show you how to implement, style, and interact with modals in UI Builder.
UI Themes in Backendless give you virtually unlimited flexibility when designing your user interface. This article will break down exactly how to implement your own custom styles.
The European Union Cluster, UI Themes, and support for two new visualization data types in Backendless Database are all available now in Backendless.
The first BIG update to our UI Builder is coming soon and with it come UI Themes – an easy way to style your entire app all at once.
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!