Abhishek Kona

Parse Loves Go

Recently, we shared our story on moving our stack from Ruby to Go over the course of the last two years. This week, a few of us are attending Gophercon 2015 to bond with our fellow gophers. In this post you'll find a quick roundup with details on a few of the libraries and tools...

Releasing the Schema API

We're always building tools to make app development easy and awesome, and our suite of Parse APIs are some of the most powerful tools we have to offer. Today we're happy to expand that suite with the new Schema API, which lets you see all the classes present in your app along with the fields...

Writing Efficient Parse Queries

Any time you store objects on Parse, they get stored on a database. Usually, a database stores a bag of data on disk, and when you issue Parse queries it looks up the data and returns the matching objects. Since it doesn't make sense for the database to look at all the data present in...