Parse Now Supports Sign in with Twitter

PARSE POST-OSCARS BULLETIN: From the developers who brought you “log in with Facebook for Parse” on Android and iOS comes their next big hit: “Sign in with Twitter for Parse!” Now appearing on iOS and Android devices near you. Ok, so maybe we don’t need to roll out the red carpet, but we do have…

Viewing the Status of Push Notifications

Here at Parse we’re excited about making push notifications simple and powerful for developers. This month we’ve been busy rolling out improvements to our push notification service, including additional documentation and tutorials about how to do custom processing of push data on the client-side in both iOS and Android, and official support for push notifications…

Saving Data while Offline

Whether they’re on a long flight, riding through a subway tunnel, or camping in a national park, sometimes it’s just not possible for users to get a network connection. But that doesn’t mean they should be without their favorite mobile apps. So how can you save that latest page number when reading offline? Or remember…

Building HTML5 Mobile Apps with Parse and Tiggzi

The folks over at Tiggzi will be conducting an interactive webinar on how to build an HTML5 mobile app using their Mobile App Builder and Parse. During the session, you’ll learn how to create and define mobile services on Parse that are exposed via REST. You’ll also learn how to build an HTML5 app in…

Facebook Users: Now On Android!

You asked, and we have now delivered. Not long ago, we added Facebook user support to our iOS SDK. Today, we’re happy to announce that this same functionality is available in the Android SDK as well! If you upgrade to the latest Android Parse SDK, it now includes a copy of the Facebook SDK. ParseFacebookUtils…