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Back4App’s Flexible Hosting Plans

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The number and range of developers and enterprises taking advantage of Back4App’s resources continue to increase. The highly competitive nature of the API development business compels them to seek out the fastest and most cost-effective API creation and storage solutions. They soon learn how Back4App’s offers them the flexibility, excellent value and advanced security other solutions cannot match.


Winning an APP Development Gold at Rio

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The world’s athletes eagerly look forward to the opportunity to compete in the Rio Summer Olympics, but they are far from the only ones with high hopes of success in Brazil. The Olympics season also motivates mobile app developers to rush to bring out many new apps on Olympics-related themes. Developers have been submitting thousands of these new apps to the Google and Apple stores each day. The competition to create a winning mobile app is really just as tight as the rivalry on the athletics fields.


Cutting API Development Time by 80%

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To better understand the growing appeal of third-party API provider offerings, we will take a closer look at an exciting new entrant to this vibrant market — the California-based www.back4app.com. They have just released a new back4app API Hub that allows developers to create easily, deploy, host and share APIs completely free of charge. The rapidly increasing pace of API development and the growing recognition of the commercial advantages of easy access to third-party API resources provide the hub’s raison d’être. The interest it has generated clearly testifies to the stress API developers now place on reducing development cycle time and its associated expenses.


Back4app is attending Stanford LaunchPad program

Back4app is attending Stanford LaunchPad program

There is another feather in the cap for the Back4app team as they attend this year’s Stanford LaunchPad program. This accomplishment provides a significant boost to the already fast-growing company that aims to help customers get better back-end service. Back4app. has two Stanford MBA’s working for the company, which makes the company eligible for entry into this prestigious program.


I’m still developing my app on Parse.com. Should I stay or should I go?

I’m still developing my app on Parse.com. Should I stay or should I go?

There are two important announcements from Parse.

  • Post April 28th, apps which have not migrated their database would assume a lower priority of traffic.
  • Parse will ultimately shut down after January 28th.
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If you are half way through developing an app, you must be deciding about the right time to migrate.
You need not be panicking right now because the performance that Parse will deliver it’s enough to finish your app’s development. Additionally. The April 28th deadline has no impact on you because there are no users for your app yet.

But there are other good reasons to move now, especially to anticipate issues on Parse migration and on to adapt Parse features. You need to figure out alternatives to build, host and manage your app.

Let’s analyse some scenarios:


Parse dashboard open sourced! Parse won’t die

Parse dashboard open sourced! Parse won’t die

Last Friday, giving further evidence that the powerful Parse open source framework will not die, Parse developer’s team opened the Dashboard code. The dashboard is one of the main components on Parse platform together with the Parse Server and Database.


Parse migration: time is running out

Parse migration: time is running out

After Parse shutdown announcement: “Parse will be fully retired after a year-long period ending on January 28, 2017”, one of the most important user’s concerns is the ideal due date to conclude all the Parse migration.


Why back4app is the best option to Parse users?

Why back4app is the best option to Parse users?

We are really sorry to see parse go. We are also wondering what questions are the Parse users trying to answer now: What service can I trust? Can I have the same problem in the future? Or if I had this problem how can I mitigate them? How much effort I need to migrate my apps now? I’m a back{4}app founder and will try to clarify some of these questions.