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Open Sesame: Parse .NET SDK

Four weeks ago, we open-sourced our iOS and Android SDKs. Today, we're happy to announce that our .NET SDK is also now completely open-source! Following the concept from our previous blog post, .NET SDK adopts the pattern of separating a component into State and Controller. Since State is simply a dumb object that stores data,...

Push .NET, Push!

Here at Parse, our mission is to make it easy to build great apps on any platform. That's why today, we're excited to announce that we're bringing Parse Push to more platforms, with new Push support for Xamarin (iOS and Android) and Unity (iOS and Android). Parse Core and Analytics already support some of the...

Parse Command Line Gets a Power Up

As more people use Cloud Code, we strive to improve the tool that directly supports it, the Parse Command Line Tool. Today, we're announcing three new features we've added to our command line tool: parse update, parse default, and parse jssdk. parse update As the name implies, this command helps you update the tool to its...

Parse Analytics is Getting Smarter

Here at Parse we're constantly working to improve the experience of developers creating and managing applications. Today, we're happy to announce that Parse Analytics is getting smarter by adding two new components, Data Analytics and Performance Analytics. Data On Parse you can manage your collection in our Data Browser — but sometimes you might wonder...

Parse.Object's dirtyKeys

Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to prevent users from editing one of the fields of a ParseObject? Or have you ever needed to check which field of a ParseObject has been modified? No need to worry ladies and gentlemen, it's Parse.Object's dirtyKeys to the rescue! Let's say we don't want to let...

The Dirty Outlaw

For every platform, Parse SDKs make it awesomely flexible to save a ParseObject. Sometimes we want to know whether a particular ParseObject has been updated recently but not saved yet. For example, one use case would be if we are making a word processing app. The user opens a document, writes some poems and is...