Trufi mobile apps – whether Android or iOS versions – need to communicate with a back-end server to stay up to date on public transport routes, or any other data that the app consumes.
Of course our back end is open source, and available on GitHub (here). But it’s always helpful to have an expert to guide developers through how the code works. Our back-end expert, Sören Reinecke, provided a guided walkthrough for a few developers in March, 2022. These are the recordings of that guided tour.
Trufi Back End Code Walkthrough
Notes from the Walkthrough
If you’re a developer and you want learn about how Trufi apps are put together, here are notes from the walkthrough.
Questions? Want to Join Us?
Something in the video was not clear? You just want to know more about the back end or Trufi Core? You’re a developer and want to contribute to the code? You want to develop your own app?
Contact us using this form. Let us know if you would like to be included in any future guided tours of the code.