Developing the Backendless Android App – Login Screen and the Login API

Today we continue to review the process of building the sample Android application – the Restaurant-to-Go App – which is being developed with Backendless Mobile Application Development Platform.

The main focus of this tutorial is the application’s login screen and the Login API. Before you start this tutorial, we assume that you have already configured your development environment, downloaded the source code of the project and imported it into your Android Studio. These steps have been covered in our previous tutorials so we highly recommend you to review them, if necessary:

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Developing the Backendless Android App – User Registration Screen and API

In our previous video tutorial (Configuring a Dev Environment for Backendless Android App) we have imported all the data, created data tables and registered a user. We have used the order_success module which is the final module we will build in this tutorial series.

Today we will be talking about the user registration API and focus on the registration module.

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Configuring a Dev Environment for Backendless Android App

This Backendless tutorial demonstrates how to set up a development environment for building a powerful Android mobile application with Backendless Platform.

In this tutorial we will learn how to configure an Android Development environment . The video below demonstrates the following issues:

  • How to retrieve a project (an app) from its github repository.
  • How to run the application emulator.
  • How to create a Backendless account.
  • How to import application data to your backend in Backendless.
  • How to configure the project properly to use your backend successfully.

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Automatic Call Blocking using Android Telephony Tutorial

This tutorial will guide you how to block all unwanted incoming calls to your Android phone by using Android Telephony APIs. You will learn to create a simple Android application named “Auto Call Blocker”, which will store the unwanted phone numbers (spam) to the SQLite database of your phone and automatically disconnect the call which is coming from any of such phone numbers.

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Android ORMLite with SQLite Database Tutorial

This tutorial will guide you how to implement ORMLite (a very light weight, open source, Android compatible ORM) in an Android project and what are the benefits you may achieve compare to conventional way of using SQLite from Android. You will learn to build an app with ORMLite that allows you to store and view data from a database. So lets begin…

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