Guest Post by James Sweet: How Parse Saved Me Time and Money

It’s always refreshing to see mobile technology being used to help people. Today we have a guest post for you from developer James Sweet, who used Parse to build a prototype of a mobile app that helps people in emergencies by connecting them to nearby EMTs, medical professionals, and other first responders. He is based in Virginia, near…

New Features in the Data Browser

Parse users love to store rich relational data on our backend. Today, we are releasing a number of features that will delight our users who make use of the relations. The first change is that you can now create, update and delete relations in the data browser. For example, to model the “Like” relationship between…

The Future of Parse

Parse has come a long way. In just under two years, we’ve gone from a rough prototype to powering tens of thousands of apps for a very broad spectrum of customers. Some of the world’s best brands trust us with their entire mobile presence, and a growing number of the world’s brightest independent developers trust…

AnyYolk: A Parse-Powered HTML5 Game

It’s been truly amazing to see the tremendous breadth of apps that have been built on Parse. These talented developers have used our platform for everything from utility apps, to social networks, to games. But creating great apps is not without its trials. It requires weeks of research, hard work, and constant learning. At Parse…

Webcast Recap: Cross-Platform Development for Windows Apps Using Parse

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webcast, “Cross-Platform Development for Windows Apps Using Parse,” with David Poll, Software Engineer at Parse, and Matt Harrington, Developer Evangelist at Microsoft. This webcast explored developing against a Parse backend and sharing code between .NET, Windows 8, and Windows Phone 8. For anyone who would like a second look,…

Leviathan Games Revolutionizes Comics on iOS

Return customers are incredibly important in our business. Not only is it a necessity for building a strong and profitable company, but it also means that you must be doing something right, which is what keeps the Parse team going strong. Keeping developers happy has always been our main focus, and we’re proud of the…

Rapid Cloud Code Development with Parse Develop

In the past month, we’ve made several improvements to the parse command line tool to speed up the Cloud Code development process. The biggest improvement is the new develop command that will monitor your project for any changes and automatically upload them to the Parse Cloud. The develop command will also stream log messages to…