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The secret of Parse and Facebook

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Over the last few years, open source has become the “default” way of building software. Currently, the world of open source is witnessing a plethora of innovations at a considerably high pace. Many of today’s business models are built around free, open source technology. As a result, enterprises are adequately providing support on various open source components and are increasingly shifting their workloads towards open data architecture.


Serverless Architecture: AWS Lambda vs Parse Cloud Code

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Come on, let’s get ready to RUMBLE!

Introducing first, the challenger, fighting out of the blue corner: It came with its open source stack and huge open source community. Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome ‘Parse Cloud Code’

And now introducing the Titleholder, fighting out of the red corner, it came with its bunch of resources and features. Presenting the reigning, defending Serverless champion of the world: ‘AWS Lambda’


Parse Server: The Best Practices Guide

Parse Server: The Best Practices Guide

Introduction 

This guide aims to provide a set of good practices that will be helpful to beginners as well as expert developers who are starting to work with Back4App. If you are an experienced user of the platform, we recommend you to at least take a quick look at this tutorial, as it will surely help you find something informative that you didn’t know before.


Android App: Using Travis with Parse Server

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Introduction

Travis CI is a hosted, distributed continuous integration service used to build and test software projects hosted on Github. Travis can be used to automate all sorts of tasks such as building, testing, and deploying software, with continuous integration and facilitation of technical aspects of continuous delivery.

In this tutorial, we will explain how to build your own Back4App professional app aided by the Travis CI software. We will create a sample Android app using GitHub as the Git repository to test the continuous build feature of Travis. Even though we will focus on an Android app, you will be aided whenever there is a specific step just for Android, in a way that this tutorial will make possible to use Travis for other platforms.