Graphcool has extended its API via a new function: resolver. The resolver function extends the Grapcool API to 3rd party APIs and microservices. Graphcool pitches the function as one of its most powerful tools and expects it to simply integration with authentication services and third party APIs.
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After a year-long retirement phase, Parse has officially shutdown. A popular Backend as a Service platform, Parse shot to fame in the developer community quickly after its founding in 2011. Facebook acquired Parse in 2013, but Facebook directed resources elsewhere starting in early 2016.
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Facebook-owned backend-as-a-service (BaaS) platform provider Parse today announced a partnership with platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider Heroku.
Cloud-based mobile app develop platform and MBaaS provider Appery.io has integrated the open source Ionic SDK to help developers build hybrid mobile apps more easily.
Built.io, a mobile back-end-as-a-service provider, has released its API-driven content management system, Contentstack, and relaunched the service as general availability.