Backendless Continues Momentum in Fall 2023 with 16 G2 Badges
Backendless earns 16 badges in the Fall 2023 G2 reports, including High Performer across API Management, mBaaS, API Design, and RAD, showcasing the platform's excellent developer support, ease of use, and global customer satisfaction.

Instant Messaging And Chat App Blueprint

Keep in touch with friends, coworkers, shared interest groups, customers, or whoever you want with the free chat app blueprint from Backendless.

How to Use Message Selectors for Conditional Delivery in Pub/Sub Messaging

Another article we wrote gave an introduction to Backendless pub/sub messaging which included a sample for broadcasting and receiving messages. Today we are going to show how to use Backendless messaging for conditional message delivery.

How to Send Pub/Sub Messages From Backendless Console

In another post, we introduced you to the publish/subscribe messaging API. The API can be used to broadcast messages that can be received by multiple client apps. Be sure to check out our guide to building a Flutter chat app to see pub/sub messaging in action. Note: It is important to distinguish between pub/sub messages…

How to Deliver Conditional Messages With Subtopics

In another post, we described a feature for conditional pub/sub message delivery using SQL selectors. With that (selector) approach, the publisher must attach headers to the message and the subscriber uses an SQL-based condition that references header names and values. In addition to selectors, Backendless supports another type of conditional delivery – subtopics.

How to Send Email From Your Mobile, Browser, or Desktop App

Sending an email is a very common operation for many applications. For most of them, it is the server-side that is responsible for delivering an email message. Backendless makes it trivially easy to deliver a branded email (meaning it will look like it was sent by your app) in the plain text or HTML formats…

Intro to Basic Publish/Subscribe Messaging

Publish/subscribe messaging has been around for a long time. The concept is rather simple – a program can publish a message to a queue or a topic, while another program subscribes to the queue or the topic to receive published messages. There are a lot of caveats in the model such as conditional delivery, message…