This webinar shows some of the more advanced and interesting Appery.io
backend services features.
The webinar covers:
Database Security and permissions Queries Push Notifications Sending push to
particular devices Scheduling push notifications Secure REST (secure proxy)
Keeping sensitive data such as API keys on the server
This video shows:
Using Appery.io visual UI builder to create app UI with HTML5/jQuery Mobile:
Page template with sliding Panel component Tasks list page New task page
Details task page Creating cloud database for storing To-do items Connecting
pages to database via REST API services Testing the app in the browser
Publishing the app to a custom URL Packaging the app for Android
A great article of future of cloud IDEs: The Cloud IDE and its impact on
DevOps by Chris Riley (@HoardingInfo).
The article makes a number of excellent points.
Many developers will oppose the Cloud IDE without much consideration. They
will site claims that they are more efficient with their slightly better than
notepad, notepad. Or that they don’t have time to learn a new IDE. Or that
they need the local offline instance. But really I’ve found that these are
all just excuses. It does not take long to adapt to a new IDE. I know this
from experience changing from Visual Studio, to ... (more)
This video shows how to build a mobile app that uses Edmunds Dealer Search
API to search for dealers in a particular area code:
Originally published by Dmitry Zaytsev on the Appery.io blog.
Appery.io and Orchestrate have collaborated to create this easy-to-follow
tutorial on how to build a mobile app. The app is built in the Appery.io
visual development platform, connected to an Orchestrate database via REST
APIs, tested, and deployed.
Gone are the days when you could afford to take months to build an enterprise
mobile app. In today’s fast market, you need to be able to prototype the
app in a few days (or even hours), release the first version in a few weeks,
get feedback, fix bugs, release the second ve... (more)