Parse offers developers a backend-as-a-service platform for their mobile applications. Developers can use SDKs for both iOS and Android to persist data and more. The REST API lets developers interact with Parse from computers that aren't mobile devices. With the APIs developers can have their webserver show data from Parse on a website, upload large amounts of data that will later be consumed in a mobile app, download recent data to run their own custom analytics and more.
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The Parse SDK platform provides a backend solution for mobile applications. The goal is to reduce the need for writing server code or maintaining servers. Those familiar with web frameworks like ASP.NET MVC will notice many similar principles applied to the platform.
The Parse PHP SDK is a platform that provides developers a complete backend solution for mobile applications. The goal is to eliminate the need for managing servers and writing server-side code. The PHP SDK is intended applications and situations where server-side code is necessary, or simply preferred. The Parse PHP SDK is a fully open sourced SDK that is open for outside contribution. The Parse PHP SDK requires version 5.4 or greater of the PHP runtime.
The Parse Android SDK is a platform that allows developers to have one back end solution for one or more applications. It's features include cloud storage, push notifications, and analytics for applications.
The Parse iOS/iOS X SDK is a platform that allows developers to have one back end solution for one or more applications. It's features include cloud storage, set up push notifications, and keep analytics on applications.