What is Parse-Server?
A Parse.com API compatible router package for Express. Read the announcement blog post here: http://blog.parse.com/announcements/introducing-parse-server-and-the-database-migration-tool/. Read the migration guide here: https://parse.com/docs/server/guide#migrating
Parse-Server is a tool in the Platform as a Service Tools category of a tech stack.
Parse-Server is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Parse-Server's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Parse-Server?
12 companies reportedly use Parse-Server in their tech stacks, including Prattle, appgain.io, and Pinpo Tech.
164 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Parse-Server.
Pros of Parse-Server
Easy setup, easy api, Fast,more platforms,realtime
No vendor lock-in
Backed by People
Friendly contributor community
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