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How We Moved Our API From Ruby to Go and Saved Our Sanity

Charity Majors, Engineer at Parse

Learn how we improved our reliability by an order of magnitude by moving from Ruby to Go.

Submit Your Questions for Ask Parse Anything

We had a blast answering your questions in last month’s edition of the Ask Parse Anything video series. Our team of developer advocates covered everything from the Apple Watch to phone number verification to feature requests and more. Today, we’re opening up question submissions for the June edition of Ask Parse Anything on our Developer…

Create Parse Apps with the new Apps API

Just two weeks ago, we extended the suite of Parse tools accessible through our REST API when we released the new Schema API. This week, we’re going to let the good times keep rolling with the release of the new Apps API. The Apps API lets you access your Parse apps and their keys, create…

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…

Introducing the Parse API Console

Here at Parse, we love building tools to speed up tasks and simplify processes, freeing your time so you can focus on creating an app with the best possible user experience. In that spirit, today we’re excited to add the Parse API Console to the Parse development toolbox. With the API Console, you have quick…

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…