Webcast Recap: Increasing Downloads of Your Parse-Powered App Using Mobile App Install Ads

Thank you to everyone who attended yesterday’s webcast, “Increasing Downloads of Your Parse-Powered App Using Mobile App Install Ads” with Neha Jogani, Product Marketing Manager at Facebook, Christine Lu, Partner Solutions Engineer at Facebook, and me, Ashley Smith, Director of Marketing at Parse.

With Facebook Mobile App Install Ads you can increase downloads and awareness with one simple step. The webcast included a quick look at mobile application development with Parse, an overview of Facebook Mobile App Install Ads, and a technical look at building your first Parse-powered app with mobile app installs.

For anyone who would like a second look, or just in case you missed it, the full video is below. You can also find out more about getting started with the Mobile App Install Ads tutorial here.

Watch the recording below:

If you have a Mobile App Install Ads credit to redeem, please visit this link for redemption instructions.

Ashley Smith
August 1, 2013

Register for the Webcast: Increasing Downloads of Your Parse-Powered App Using Mobile App Install Ads

You’ve built and launched a beautiful, full-featured app using Parse, but you don’t have as many downloads as you expected. With Facebook Mobile App Install Ads, you can increase downloads and awareness with one simple step. Plus, with our recent announcement of $100 in ad credit, getting started is free.

On July 31st, 2013 at 10:30 AM PT, we hosted a webcast with Neha Jogani, Product Marketing Manager at Facebook and Ashley Smith, Director of Marketing at Parse that covered the following:

  • A quick look at mobile application development with Parse.
  • An overview of Facebook Mobile App Install Ads.
  • A technical look at building your first Parse-powered app with mobile app installs.

Click here for the full video of the webcast for Increasing Downloads of Your Parse-Powered App Using Mobile App Install Ads.

Ashley Smith
July 2, 2013

Webcast Recap: The Making of the Sesame Street Apps with IDEO and Parse

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webcast, “The Making of the Sesame Street Apps with IDEO and Parse” with Dominique Yahyavi, Senior Designer and Engineer at IDEO, and Nakul Patel, Senior Account Executive at Parse.

As anyone raising children in today’s technology filled world will tell you, kids are learning to use the newest gadgets almost as quickly as their parents. The hugely popular Elmo Calls and Cookie Calls by Sesame Street are two innovative apps that take advantage of both characters that children love, Elmo and Cookie Monster, as well as technology they enjoy, namely their parents’ smartphones.

The webcast included Q&A on the app development strategy for powering the two wildly popular children’s apps, app overviews, mobile back-end benefits, and more.

For anyone who would like a second look, or just in case you missed it, the full video is below.

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Ashley Smith
June 28, 2013

Register for the Webcast: The Making of the Sesame Street Apps with IDEO and Parse

Image of Elmo Calls on iPhone 5As anyone raising children in today’s technology filled world will tell you, kids are learning to use the newest gadgets almost as quickly as their parents. The hugely popular Elmo Calls and Cookie Calls by Sesame Street are two innovative apps that take advantage of both characters that children love, Elmo and Cookie Monster, as well as technology they enjoy, namely their parents’ smartphones.

Join us for a webcast on Wednesday, June 26th at 10:30 am PDT with Elmo Calls and Cookie Calls developer from IDEO, Dominique Yahyavi. Joining Dominique will be Nakul Patel from Parse to do some Q&A on the app development strategy for powering the two wildly popular children’s apps.

View recap for the webcast, covering app overviews, mobile back-end benefits, and more, here.

 

Ashley Smith
June 11, 2013

Webinar Recap: Build Great App Experiences with Parse & Xamarin

Thanks to everyone who joined James Clancey of Xamarin and David Poll of Parse yesterday for a Xamarin hosted webinar on using Parse and Xamarin to build apps. For those of you that missed it, or if you’d like to watch it again, the recording is available below.

You can view the video here or take a look at the recap on the Xamarin blog.

Ashley Smith
June 7, 2013

Live Webinar: Build Great App Experiences with Parse & Xamarin

The Parse Xamarin SDK allows developers to build powerful cross-platform apps for iOS and Android using C# and Xamarin. Parse allows you to securely store data, manage users, and more, in just a few lines of code without ever worrying about servers.

Today we’re excited to announce you’re invited to the Xamarin hosted webinar Build Great App Experiences with Parse & Xamarin on June 6, 2013 at 10 AM PT.

Join David Poll, software engineer at Parse, and James Clancey, software engineer at Xamarin, as they show how to build an app in Xamarin and quickly connect it with scalable cloud services from Parse.

If you would like to view the re-cap of the webinar, please click here.

Ashley Smith
May 20, 2013

Webcast Recap: Using the Parse JavaScript SDK for Windows 8 App Development

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webcast, “Using the Parse JavaScript SDK for Windows 8 App Development” with Bryan Klimt, Software Engineer at Parse, and Matt Harrington, Developer Evangelist for Microsoft.

This final webcast in our Windows Webcast Series provided a step-by-step guide for building a Windows 8 App with the Parse JavaScript SDK led by Bryan. Matt also spoke about Windows Store opportunities, resources for learning Windows 8 App development for JavaScript developers, and more.

For anyone who would like a second look, or just in case you missed it, the full video is below.

Watch the recording:

Ashley Smith
May 8, 2013

Register for the Webcast: Using the Parse JavaScript SDK for Windows 8 App Development

Parse JavaScript SDK

The Parse Javascript SDK can be used to build powerful Windows 8 apps. With Parse, you can securely store data, manage users, and more, in just a few lines of code without ever worrying about servers.

Our latest webcast in the Parse and Windows 8 series will give a step-by-step guide of building a Windows 8 App with the Parse JavaScript SDK led by Parse Engineer, Bryan Klimt. Along with Bryan, we’ll have Matt Harrington, Developer Evangelist, joining the webcast from Microsoft. Matt will give a detailed discussion of Windows & Windows Phone Store opportunities, tips for developers to engage with more users, and an overview of live tiles, store trials, lock screen, and more.

At the end of the webcast, there will be a Q&A session during which Bryan and Matt will answer audience submitted questions.

Find the recap of the webcast “Using the Parse JavaScript SDK for Windows 8 App Development” from May 8th, at 10:30 am PT here.

 

Ashley Smith
May 2, 2013

Webcast Re-Cap: Building AnyYolk with the Parse JavaScript SDK

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webcast, “Building AnyYolk with the Parse JavaScript SDK,” with Mattieu Gamache-Asselin, Software Engineer at Parse.

This webcast explored how to create the game AnyYolk based on the following concepts:

  • How to create web apps with Backbone.js
  • Best practices of Backbone.js
  • How the Parse SDK works with Backbone.js
  • Live example of adding a highscore to a Backbone.js game
  • How you can use Cloud Code to add server-side functionality to your Parse app

For anyone who would like a second look, or just in case you missed it, the full video is below or take a look at the code on GitHub. If you’d just like to see the slides, check them out on SlideShare.

Watch the recording:

Ashley Smith
May 1, 2013

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, or just in case you missed it, the full video is below.

Watch the recording:

Ashley Smith
April 24, 2013