Parse is a Mobile Backend-as-a-Service provider. The company was bought by Facebook in 2013.

Parse breaks down its offering into three products. Parse Core is the basic MBaaS offering, letting you run apps in the Parse cloud, store data securely and connect with social networks. Parse Push is a push notification platform, while Parse Analytics lets you measure acquisition, retention, engagement, push notification campaigns and more. The platform supports iOS and Android.

Parse is based in Facebook’s HQ in Menlo Park, California. Clients include Hello Kitty, Sesame Street, Hipmunk, The Food Network and Emporio Armani.

Parse Info

Platforms:Android, iOS
Types:Backend as a Service

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    The Parse service is now shut down. To all the developers out there, it was a pleasure helping you build apps. Goodbye and good luck!

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    A reminder: the Parse service is shutting down on Monday, January 30, 2017. https://t.co/mT97XYdYXR

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    Parse Server, the open source self-hosted backend, has been starred over 11,000 times on GitHub! https://t.co/vuutA99roE

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    We’ve migrated our docs: you can now find your favorite @ParseIt guides on GitHub! https://t.co/IYZHoWJuC4

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    RT @swiftingio: Parse Server - 100 days later: https://t.co/rmI3gwdOqD . Did you give it a chance?

    Retweet Reply Favorite (about 269 days ago)
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