The new update has a lot of new interesting features. Read more to learn what’s new in Appery.io, and register for our upcoming webinar to see a demo of all our new features.
Social network integration is now faster and simpler
The vast majority of mobile apps require users to sign up by providing certain credentials. This is a cumbersome process that requires the user to remember yet another password. By giving users the ability to sign in via social networks, you can improve user experience and make familiarization with your app easier.
By providing the social network integration out-of-the-box, Appery is significantly simplifying the process of adding identity to mobile apps. Adding the social network authentication can literally be done in a few clicks by visually configuring the database settings.
You can find the social network login API and detailed instruction on how to use this feature here. We’ve also modified the getting started tutorial by adding the social login feature. You can find it here.
Wondering how to access your SQL database from a mobile app? We’ve got the answer. API Express, recently released by Appery.io, can make your existing SQL database RESTful in minutes, allowing you to perform CRUD operations from any external source, whether it’s a mobile app or a web page.
Appery.io is the only cloud-based mobile platform with visual development tools and integrated backend services (MBaaS). With Appery.io, you can very quickly build responsive web/HTML5 apps and mobile apps, complete with UI and backend logic or data. Here are just 10 of the many reasons why our customers use Appery.io for their mobile apps.
Recently, the Appery.io App Builder was updated with several significant features. One of the most important and fundamental changes was the introduction of Model and Storage notions. To show the best practices of using these features, we created a MusicShop app and step-by-step tutorial which describes in detail how to build such an app from scratch. This tutorial also has a MusicShop app backup attached to allow you to pay more attention to Model and Storage usage (you shouldn’t create the app step-by-step in this case, just create it from the backup).