Have a fully operational back end, in less than an hour.
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January 04, 2020
Elebase is a back end as a service with geospatial capabilities.
Elebase's fully managed platform provides a powerful API and a rich set of tools to help you build more elegant applications faster and more efficiently.
10 months ago
Design evolves faster than data. | Elebase
Far too often, data takes the form of design. How many times do website projects start by cataloging the "pages" needed? For small website projects, this approach might be reasonable, but building your data model around the concept of web pages starts to make less sense when you begin envisioning how your data might also be used in an app running on a mobile phone, tablet, or wearable device.
Make your data available via an API. | Elebase
If you don't know what an API is, you should. In short, an API is short for "application programming interface", and is a way to exchange data and functionality between one application and another. An API can make your data and functionality accessible and understood by many developers, as long as they are provided the keys to access the data.
BaaS might be what your project needs. | Elebase
There is a wide spectrum of solutions for structuring and managing your data, with Content Management Systems (CMS) at one end and custom databases at the other. It is often possible to shoehorn your data into a CMS. However, a major weakness in these systems is that they were designed and built for a time when the medium for digital publishing was primarily web pages designed for desktop computers.
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Is the pricing supposed to be $10 per MB? Or GB? TB?
Pricing has been updated now. $.050 per MB -- but this is only for your specific data. You aren't charged for the size of indices or any ancillary database volume.
Elebase is the ideal platform for apps and projects that need to fuse location and geographical data with other kinds of information such as dates, times, text, images, and video.
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Always happy to see dashboard first backend builders! Nice.
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A nice video demo that demonstrates a clean product, but when I tried to test it I was lost in the dashboard. It was nice to have a walk-through in the panel. Also some terms can be introduced in the walk-through. For example many people are familiar with model, table, item ... terms instead of type, element, ... in your panel (if I've got them right)
thanks for the feedback!
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