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The New Parse Blog

George Kedenburg III, Product Designer at Parse

We've given the blog a full, from-scratch overhaul — to keep you better informed, and make your reading experience much more enjoyable.

Parse and React, a Shared Chemistry

As a web engineer, I love React. I’ve been using it since it was an experimental technology within Facebook, and each new version has helped make complex app development simpler. A few months ago, I started exploring how to best bring our Parse tools into the React ecosystem, in a way that feels like a…

Introducing Cloud Code Webhooks

Ever since launching Cloud Code, we’ve been amazed at what Parse developers have built with bits of JavaScript code. From simple object mutations to complex game state management systems, Cloud Code has proved to be a versatile tool. But one of the biggest requests we’ve received is the ability to run any kind of language…

Announcing Enhanced Sessions

At Parse, we’re constantly striving to provide the tools you need to make your app more successful. One of the most important aspects of an app’s success is security, so that people can trust your app when they use it. Parse already provides several tools to secure your app, including Access Control Lists (ACLs) for…

Tune in to F8 Tomorrow

F8 kicks off tomorrow, and we have many surprises in store for you.  Attend F8 online from wherever you are through our livestream event.  There, you can catch the keynotes, five Parse sessions, and exclusive content for our online community. Be sure to check out The Latest and Greatest from Parse session on Day 1,…

Secure Your App, One Class at a Time

Security is one of the most critical aspects of releasing a production app, and with Parse there are lots of ways you can secure your app. As Bryan laid out in his 5-part security series, Parse provides a powerful security toolset, including the master key, Access Control Lists (ACLs), Class-Level Permissions (CLPs), and Cloud Code….