Creating stunning applications with scalable and powerful Qt Cloud Services backend will make your life easy. Whether you are a working on a small-scale development project or a large-scale enterprise program, Qt Cloud Services has all you need for quick and easy connected application development.
Qt Cloud Services – Enginio Data Storage is a secure, fully managed data storage service that makes it simple and cost-effective to store and retrieve any amount of data, and serve any level of request traffic. In order to get started, absolutely no server side coding is required. It is ideal backend as a service (BaaS) solution for any application needs.
Combining NoSQL database and file storage delivering simple to use cloud backend for any kind of data with automatic scaling and load balancing. It supports object level access and policy control giving you option to write application logic on client without need for servers.
In addition, Enginio Data Storage features built-in staging environment, geospatial queries, real time notifications of data changes and more! Please see all the features.
It comes with a set of supported API libraries which are super easy to use. To make things even easier, we have created tutorials and data templates for simple examples. All documentation, API libraries and tutorials can be easily accessed from management dashboard.
Using our powerful management dashboard, online documentation together with tutorials and API libraries, you can create your first connected application in minutes! Please see the documentation.
Enginio Data Storage has Qt in its DNA. It is developed by, and developed for Qt developers! Through the Qt API library, you can write native or hybrid applications for all your target platforms, whether you are working on desktop, mobile or embedded systems.
The API can be used either through Qt/C++ or through a QML API. As with all Qt libraries, it is exactly the same code for all the target platforms. Enginio Data Storage API library is included by default on Qt 5.2+. Please see the Qt API library documentation.