Facebook closes Parse service for developers

Jan

30

2016

Facebook has announced Parse, a service with tools for developers of mobile apps, to retire. On January 28, 2017 the service will be terminated completely. The service is backed up or.

The website Parse announced that the service will close and offering its users an easy transition. So Parse provides a migration tool that allows all data to be moved to a MongoDB database. In addition, the company comes with Parse Server, which allows the Parse-api can be used from a personal Node.js server. Applications that use the platform include Quip, an app for chat and word processing, and Orbitz, to book flights, hotels and cars.

Parse provides developers with support and tools for development. This makes it easier for developers to focus on the product itself and they do not need to focus on maintaining the backend. Facebook Parse bought in 2013 for offering include cloud storage to developers. Other companies offer the same support, including Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services. Facebook gives to connect the service to focus more on products and services in the fields of, among other analysis and authentication.

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