Parse Adds JavaScript Support

by Datamation.com Staff

The backend-as-a-service expands with new capabilities for developers creating mobile Web apps.

Parse has announced that it is adding support for JavaScript to its service. The company simplifies the process of building mobile apps by handling the server-side code development and maintenance. In the past, it supported only native mobile development, but now it also supports mobile Web apps. According to the company, the new JavaScript SDK boasts enhanced security features, like per-object Access Control Lists, which aren't available through any other JavaScript back-end service.

So far, about 16,000 apps use Parse's service. Parse is free for up to 1 million API calls per month, or $199 for up to 15 million API requests per month.

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This article was originally published on Thursday May 31st 2012
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