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πŸš€ What's New (8-Sep): JSON primitives in Global Variables, No-code authentication, and more

 

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Hi Community πŸ‘‹

Let's learn what's new at Draftbit this week.

πŸš€ Global Variables now support JSON primitives

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We've released all JSON primitive types (strings, numbers, and booleans) and structured types (objects and arrays) to be stored inside Global Variables. The value of each variable reflects the correct primitive type after it is typed in.

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πŸ“£ The way we code is fundamentally going to change forever

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Our own Peter Piekarczyk is super excited to give his first talk since COVID began in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, next week on the 13th of September. He'll be talking about the future of developer tools, Cloud IDEs, and text editors.

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ο»Ώ πŸ“ New documentation on No-code authentication

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We have a new addition to the documentation on the process of implementing No-code authentication.

The process of authenticating an app user typically needs the following steps in a mobile app:

  • Sign Up: Provide a form for a user to enter credentials to create a new account.

  • Log In: Provide a form for a user to enter credentials to authenticate their identity and login into the app.

  • Save the Authentication Token when a user's credential verifies with the backend service. Authentication Token is received as a response from the REST API service.

  • Making authenticated API requests.

  • Log Out: An action to reset authentication and return the client to an unauthenticated state.

    The documentation walks you through what the implementation process is like and how to implement error handling on the form screens.

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Catch you next week!