Gabriel Eloy

React Backend

React Backend

Blazing-fast-building ReactJS applications with Parse as a backend

For the last few years, react has been one of the most beloved front-end frameworks available. Companies and developers all around the world use it to build various types of applications. Some examples are:

  • Netflix – The video-streaming giant has been using react since 2015, as described in this article, published in their tech blog
  • Facebook – Facebook is react’s very own creator, and has been massively using it throughout the last years. They even explain how React is a major part of facebook’s current architecture in an article written in their tech blog.

and these are only some of the giant companies using react in production. But what exactly is react, and what are the benefits of using it?

Real-time NextJS applications with Parse

Real-time NextJS applications with Parse

We recently published an introductory article about Next.js and parse, in which we talked about what is Next.Js, what is Parse, and how they’re a perfect match for building awesome performant applications.

If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend that you check it out on the NodeJS article, since we are going to use some concepts learned in that article.

In this article, we’re going to explore how to build real-time applications using a Parse Hook for a NextJS application. Hope you enjoy 🙂

Next JS Backend

Next and parse logo's

Building awesome apps in the blink of an eye using NextJS and Parse as a Backend

Next.Js has been one of the most beloved tools in the ReactJS ecosystem over the last few years. After the release of Next.js 11, the usage of Next for developers increased significantly, making the community and the React ecosystem stronger.