Chandrika Gole

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Part 1: Enable Push Notifications With a Private mBaaS Hosted on Amazon – Intro to LoopBack

May 15, 2014

This is part one of a four-part tutorial on setting up a mobile backend as a service on Amazon and iOS and Android client applications to enable push notification. To send push notifications, you’ll need to create a LoopBack server application, th... More

Part 2: Enable Push Notifications With a Private mBaaS Hosted on Amazon – Android Client

May 15, 2014

This is the second of a four-part tutorial on setting up a mobile backend as a service on Amazon and setting up iOS and Android client applications to enable push notification. If you want to setup Push Notifications for an iOS app refer to Part 3... More

Part 3: Enable Push Notifications With a Private mBaaS Hosted on Amazon – iOS Client

May 15, 2014

This is the third of a four-part tutorial on setting up a mobile backend as a service on Amazon and setting up iOS and Android client applications to enable push notification. If you want to setup Push Notifications for an iOS app refer to Part Th... More

Part 4: Enable Push Notifications With a Private mBaaS Hosted on Amazon – Putting It All Together

May 15, 2014

This is the last section of a four-part tutorial on setting up a mobile backend as a service on Amazon and setting up iOS and Android client applications to enable push notifications. In this section we’ll explain how to run the backend LoopBack a... More

How-to Build CRUD Enabled iOS Apps with the LoopBack API Server – Part 1

Mar 25, 2014

In this two-part tutorial we’ll be creating an iOS app that connects to a LoopBack API server to perform create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations. In Part One we’ll show you how to fetch data stored in an in-memory data source. Part Two ... More

How-to Build CRUD Enabled iOS Apps with the LoopBack API Server – Part 2

Mar 24, 2014

Welcome to the second installment of a two-part tutorial on how to create an iOS app that connects to a LoopBack API server application to perform create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations. In Part One we looked at how to fetch data. In t... More