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What to do now Facebook has closed Parse

In response to the news this week regarding the closure of Parse, we wrote a guest article for Developer Tech, to discuss what this means to the developer community.

In response to the news this week regarding the closure of Parse, we wrote a guest article for Developer Tech, to discuss what this means to the developer community.

Even though Parse, the service, is dead, Parse, the open source server has been created in its place. By open-sourcing Parse, developers will be able to continue to run most of the Parse APIs, as long as they host Parse Server on their own Node.js servers.

According to Tom Hallam, technical lead at Mubaloo Innovation Lab, “the closure of Parse is a concern for app developers all over the globe. Many developers have come to rely on the functionality offered through Parse and its ease of use. Luckily, Parse has provided tools to aid migration, which can be easily implemented by someone with a background in server management.”

To read the full article on Developer Tech, click here.

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