Facebook’s Parse shutdown has a lesson to all tech customers
Pauli Olavi Ojala

I tried it for a mobile app four months ago and worked like crap. I first found out about Parse long before it was aquired by Facebook and was really impressed of how simple and reliable their services were. When I tried it on one of my apps it was awful in terms of latency.

But, as you said, nothing comes (in life) for free. Except cancer. That’s free.

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