The Appery.io platform provides a cloud database to store any app data. The database is a NoSQL database in the cloud. This means you connect to the database from the app via a simple REST API. You can use the database to store anything your app requires, for example:
- Binary data (images);
- And more...
If you are new to Appery.io and have no idea how the cloud databases work, our Ionic Quickstart Database Tutorial a good place to start.
Also, you can check this document to learn more about how to work with Appery.io Database and Server Code.
Complete Database REST API.
Appery.io database is based on MongoDB version 3.2.11.
- Create a new database;
- View the list of existing databases;
- Open and edit a database;
- View statistics and reports for any database or all databases;
- Manage the session token lifetime.
The main database page displays total database statistics. The following information about all your databases is available:
- Database size - storage used by all databases;
- Calls to Databases - the total number of all calls to databases;
- Total calls - the total number of all API calls to backend services.
To create a new database, click the Create new database button and enter the database name and confirm:
You can also create a new database from a backup:
If you already have some databases created under your account, you can access them by selecting the needed one:
When inside the database, you can switch between the Collections, Social Connections, Versions, Permissions, Settings, and Statistics frames:
Need More Details?
Below are the links with more details about the Appery.io Database:
To learn how to use and import database services in an app, please jump to the Importing Database Services page.
Please also read about our recommendation on connecting to the database from Server Code script.
Appery.io Database is running in the cloud this means that the app will connect to the database via REST APIs. For example, to get a list of users, you would invoke an API. If you need to update or create a user, you would also invoke a REST API.
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Updated about 1 month ago