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built.io

10
18
+ 1
69
OutSystems

64
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+ 1
0
Parse

430
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+ 1
597
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Pros of built.io
Pros of OutSystems
Pros of Parse
  • 11
    Easy Setup
  • 11
    Scalability
  • 11
    Home Page
  • 10
    Integrations
  • 9
    Simple and understandable documentation
  • 8
    Easy to implement advance feature
  • 7
    Classic UI Design
  • 2
    PowerPack Features
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    • 118
      Easy setup
    • 77
      Free hosting
    • 62
      Well-documented
    • 51
      Cheap
    • 47
      Use push notifications in 3 lines of code
    • 41
      Fast
    • 39
      Cloud code
    • 32
      Good for prototypes
    • 31
      Cloud modules
    • 27
      Backed by facebook
    • 7
      Cross Platform
    • 7
      Parse Push
    • 6
      Multiplatform
    • 6
      Parse Core
    • 6
      Parse Analytics
    • 5
      Quick chat and profile capabilities
    • 5
      Cloud Based
    • 5
      Free Tier
    • 4
      Nice security concept
    • 3
      Local Datastore
    • 3
      Backbone Models
    • 3
      Free
    • 3
      Geopoints
    • 3
      Backend as a service
    • 2
      Easy to use
    • 2
      About to Die
    • 2
      Anonymous Users

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    Cons of built.io
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        Maturidade
      • 0
        Perfomamnce
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        What is built.io?

        Built.io Backend is an mBaaS that allows you to avoid designing, building, and supporting a custom backend for your mobile & web applications. Enterprises can dramatically reduce cost, lower risk and accelerate time-to-market for apps.

        What is OutSystems?

        OutSystems is a low-code platform to visually develop your application, integrate with existing systems and add your own code when needed.

        What is Parse?

        With Parse, you can add a scalable and powerful backend in minutes and launch a full-featured app in record time without ever worrying about server management. We offer push notifications, social integration, data storage, and the ability to add rich custom logic to your app’s backend with Cloud Code.

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        What are some alternatives to built.io, OutSystems, and Parse?
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        Appcelerator is the first mobile platform to combine the flexibility of open source development technologies with the power of cloud services.
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        It is a low-code software platform. It provides tools to build, test, deploy and iterate applications.
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