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  • Here Are the Alternatives to Push Notifications via Parse

    … Developers who relied on Parse for their applications’ push notifications won’t be left in the cold. Facebook may be pulling the plug on Parse Jan. 28, 2017, but Parse announced in a blog post that its recently announced open-source back end, Parse Server, now supports iOS and Android push notifications. Parse also said it is introduced…

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  • Facebook To Pull Plug on Parse

    … Michael Kirkland told The New York Times’ Bits blog: Moving forward, we want to dedicate more resources to high-impact products and services in areas like analytics, monetization, discovery and authentication. As a result, we’ve made the difficult decision to wind down support for Parse. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished together with the Parse community, and we thank them for their support. Readers: Are you as surprised as we were? …

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  • Parse Creates Open Source Hub

    … Developers: Have you ever wished for one place where you can find all of Parse’s open-source offerings? The Facebook-owned cloud application platform heard you loud and clear, as product designer Jake Blakeley announced the launch of the Open Source Hub in a blog post: Over the past year, we have been able to make tons of improvements to our…

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  • Parse Releases Software Development Kits for Apple Watch, Apple TV

    … Facebook’s Parse announced Monday the launch of software development kits (SDKs) for Apple Watch and Apple TV, allowing developers to create apps for these platforms. The Parse SDKs for Apple’s tvOS and watchOS 2 puts the power of Parse in developers’ hands for the Apple TV and Apple Watch. Parse wanted to make it easier to create native…

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  • Bing Announces Support for Facebook’s App Links

    … to continue investing in the App Links ecosystem and add App Links support to more Facebook products and services. We recently made it simpler for advertisers on Facebook to deep link directly to their content from mobile app install ads. For example, a travel app can run a Facebook ad promoting a trip to San Francisco, and then send people directly…

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  • F8 Registration Now Open

    … to date, where you’ll get access to our latest tools and 1:1 time with our product experts. The two-day event will include: All of Facebook’s developer products: F8 will include product updates and deep dives from App Links, Parse, Facebook Login, mobile application ads, Facebook Audience Network, LiveRail, video and much more. More than 40 sessions…

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  • Facebook Highlights 2014 Hacks

    … companies and 900 attendees. To help the attendees navigate the day and sessions, a small group put together an application with Parse at a hackathon. Look for more apps built with Parse at next year’s @Scale and F8! To build your own, check out parse.com. Osquery: In October 2014, we launched osquery, an open-source tool that makes it easier…

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  • Vevo Taps Parse Push

    … Music-video provider Vevo turned to Parse Push to help alert its users about videos that match their interests. Nancy Xiao, part of the developer marketing team at Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse, wrote in a blog post: With countless players entering the music technology space each day, one has remained the absolute leader…

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  • Parse Crash Reporting, Local Datastore for iOS Debut

    … Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse announced the launch of Parse Crash Reporting and Parse Local Datastore for iOS. Facebook software engineer Islam Ismailov provided details on Parse Crash Reporting in a blog post: In the past, we’ve seen Parse developers use third-party crash-reporting tools, but this approach required…

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  • Parse Reports Explosive Asia-Pacific Growth

    … Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse touted its strong growth in the Asia-Pacific region during the first half of 2014 in a blog post by its founder and CEO, Ilya Sukhar. According to Sukhar, active apps on the Parse platform grew by nearly 90 percent in the region during the first six months of the year, and apps that use all three…

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  • Parsing Parse’s worldwide growth

    … Parsing Parse’s worldwide growth Parse, the app development platform Facebook purchased last April, is seeing some incredible growth worldwide. Parse CEO Ilya Sukhar recently shared some statistics about Parse adoption outside of the U.S. For instance, active apps in Asia grew nearly 90 percent during the first half of the year. The number…

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  • Best Practices for Parse Push Experiments

    … that A seems to be better than B in 25 percent of your tests, but that B seems to be better than A in the other 75 percent. As such, when reporting the difference between the A and B groups (we’ll call this difference the lift), it’s important to emphasize the potential for variability in future results by supplementing the raw result with a margin…

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