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Using QueryLines to filter your BaaS data Today I thought I would do a quick tutorial on how you can filter your BaaS data using TBackendQuery's QueryLines feature. This allows you to filter your cloud data using regular expressions. For more information on regular expressions, click here. If you have never used a Backend-as-a-Service provider like Kinvey, Parse or App42 and are looking to build BaaS enabled apps with 10 Seattle, I would recommend having a look at my tutorial series:
Send Password Reset Emails by adding a new BaaS method with Parse Recently, I covered the steps necessary to add password reset email notification functionality to your BaaS enabled Delphi XE6 app using Kinvey. Today, I thought I would explain how to do this with Parse. This demo shows you how to to derive from the existing ParseAPI class (TExtendParseApi = class(TParseApi)) for the Parse component and add a new method for executing Parse's password reset. Inside your account, you can define email settings for the password reset email. M...

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BaaS User Accounts and Password Management Over the last couple of months, I have been covering various BaaS (Backend-as-a-Service) features introduced in RAD Studio XE6. Today, I thought I would expand on the User Account Creation and Authentication topic I previously covered by showing you how to allow the user to change their password within your BaaS enabled application. In this app, I am using Kinvey as my BaaS Provider but the UI and code are the same if you are using Parse. The app consists of 3 Edit controls: One for Use...
Defining custom user sign-up properties in your BaaS enabled apps In a recent blog post, I covered how to add user account creation to your BaaS enabled apps. Our BaaS support that we introduced with the release of RAD Studio XE6 allows you to integrate with leading Backend as a Service providers to add functionality and platform services to your mobile applications. Many applications today include account creation functionality, allowing the app user to sign up for an account by providing their name, email, username, password etc. In my recent post, I u...
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