The popular multi-platform cloud storage service Parse is shutting down, to the surprise of the tech community, according to it’s official blog post today. Parse has given it’s current users one year from now, until January 28th, 2017 before it closes it's services.
This is the second part of a three part series that explores the Intel Edison compute module as either the centerpiece of an IoT prototype or as part of a production product. In this article, we list seven public APIs that make for great pairings with Edison’s capabilities.
Facebook-owned backend-as-a-service (BaaS) platform provider Parse today announced a partnership with platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider Heroku.
Parse has expanded its suite of IoT SDKs to include Atmel, Broadcom, Intel, and TI allowing developers to build a wide range of applications for connected devices.
Three APIs have been added to the directory in Platform-as-a-Service, Privacy, and Conversions categories. Also added: client libraries for Twitch.tv, Wolfram|Alpha, and Parse.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Facebook's highlights including improvements to Parse, updates to the Graph API, Facebook Login and more.
Mobile backend-as-a-service provider Parse has launched Parse Crash Reporting, to enable iOS and Android developers to more easily record and resolve application crashes.
Parse is exploding, now powers 100k apps. Orbeus offers visual recognition for Google Glass without the creep factor. Plus: Apple's iOS gamepad API, the Pinterest API is coming, and 11 new APIs.
For mobile developers looking to launch a full-featured app fast, a mobile backend provider makes sense. Newly wide open Moblico is hardly new to the task. The company has been serving up the mobile backend of big companies since 2009. Now any developer can get started with the Moblico API to launch apps, with access to the features built explicitly for customer requests. Users, location and deals are among the areas covered by the new APIs.
Yfrog founder launches new Social network. Mobile Backend as a Service gathering momentum. Twitter suspends online flashmob platform Mobber. Plus: Parsely launches API to empower Publishers websites, Gmail update is Improving Nexus 7 Support and 9 New APIs.
Despite the rise in the number of programming languages and developer frameworks, it is still not an easy task to develop a mobile application powered by a server side infrastructure. You not only have to worry about selecting a platform/language of choice but also consider items like storage, application logic and much more. Parse and Box.net have come together to make things easier for you.
The stakes for API Provider are much higher and one of the challenges that they face is to ensure that the first time developer experience with their API is positive.
Forget uploading resumes or filling out forms on some job board. Backend-as-a-service company Parse is inviting potential hires to apply via its Parse API. In what initially looks like an added barrier to entry, the company is hoping its cheeky and geeky move will attract the sort of developers who think in JSON.
Parse makes a great run at attracting developers to its platform and engaging them by providing clear documentation for the Parse API and SDKs. Making developer documentation and SDKs freely available is an excellent strategy, and a top notch strategy is important for this company.