Parse Supports Many to Many Relations

There is updated content on this subject. Please see this post for more information. A few days ago, we came out of beta with our 1.0 SDK. The 1.0 blog post discusses a few backwards incompatible changes, but I’m here to talk about some of the awesome new features that it included. In the new…

Parse 1.0 is released!

The big idea behind Parse is that developers shouldn’t have to manage a server in order to write mobile applications. Of course, we can’t dream up every application that people want to write. An important part of our philosophy is to listen closely to developers to figure out what we need to build, so that…

Parse is Officially Out of Beta

Today is an exciting day for Parse. Ever since our beta launch, we’ve been working tirelessly to make the best mobile platform out there. We’ve launched dozens of features, scaled our infrastructure by many orders of magnitude, and talked to thousands of you as you built your apps. That work has paid off and we’re…

One Click Export

We work hard to make sure your data is secure, always available, and backed up. We’re also big believers in data portability and recognize that the ability to get data out of Parse is important to some users. We built the REST API with this goal in mind but we’ve gotten many requests for an…

Better Pushing from Your Browser

Today we’ve released an improved web interface for sending push notifications. You can now use all of the push parameters in our REST API from the comfort of your browser. You can use this feature to send raw JSON data to apps, select one or more target channels, and set an expiration for your push…

A Powerful Data Browser

The data browser is a great developer tool to administer data stored on Parse. Today, we are happy to announce that the data browser has just become a lot more powerful. Developers can now create sophisticated backends using the data browser, as seen here: Via the data browser, developers can create, edit and delete every…

Usage and Analytics

As an app developer, it’s important for you to understand how your app is being used and the volume of requests being generated. Today, we’ve added usage and analytics graphs to your app’s dashboard, and also aggregated stats on your account page. You’ll now be able to see how many API requests and push notifications…