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Firebase and Parse Platform Choice Dilemma

 

parseEqualsFirebaseAPI developers are in a lively dispute over the respective advantages and limitations of the Firebase and Parse Backend as a Service (BaaS) platforms. Now Facebook’s decision to make Parse code open source adds more fuel to these fires of developer debate. Does this status change disarm the arguments of Parse proponents and push the balance in favor of Firebase, or perhaps it works in the opposite direction?


Firebase vs. Parse Server

Firebase vs. Parse Server

Are you looking for an effective Backend as a Service solution to power the backend of your applications? A strong backend of an application ensures success of application as well as enhances its credibility. No matter how attractive your application looks, absence of robust backend can fail your application to deliver the best.

However, when it comes to pick the best backend solution, then multiple factors play a vital role to make a successful selection. Considering effective features of your preferred services are highly important. However, Parse and Firebase are two well-known backend options available. Let’s get deep into these solutions to know which of these can work the best for you.

Google has recently released a new version of Firebase. It provides a unified platform to build Android, iOS, and Web Apps. Admob, Analytics, Authentication, Indexing, Test Lab, ML and Notifications are some of the new features introduced in the latest version of Firebase.

Parse Server is a better choice to build new apps or API’s. Read on to get a sense of comparison between the two and to understand why Parse Server is still better.