Eric Nakagawa

2016 Holiday App Store Freeze

The holidays are upon us! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and Christmas is coming up in just three and a half weeks. This leaves app developers little time to enjoy a stress-free app update. As announced previously, Parse will shut down at the end of January. If you have not yet released an updated version...

iOS and Android Updates

iOS and Android Updates New versions of iOS and Android OS are now widely available. Here are some suggestions to think about as you update your application. iOS 10 iOS 10 was released on September 13th. Two additional updates were released since then (10.0.1 and 10.0.2). By now one can assume that most users who...

Parse Migration Guides, Discounts, and Events

Since announcing the sunsetting of the hosted Parse backend and open sourcing Parse Server our community has been extremely active. Listed below are a guides, discounts, and events to help you migrate your app. We highly suggest migrating your database by 4/28/2016. Also, be sure to star the Parse Server Github repo to receive updates when we release...

How I Built Linkmoji in an Hour (and made over 100k emoji links)

This is a personal story written by Eric Nakagawa, Parse Developer Advocate, about his side-project linkmoji. linkmoji is built on Parse. linkmoji is hosted on the free tier and currently uses less than half the 30 req/s available! This story was originally published on Medium. While hanging out at my neighborhood public library this week, I built linkmoji, a...