"Build applications faster with object and file storage, user authentication, push notifications, dashboard and more out of the box."

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The original. Open-sourced when Parse was bought by Facebook and then later shut down. Community version looks very active, and probably worth giving a spin at some point. Requires MongoDB or PostgreSQL as a data-storage unit, and optionally plugs in to Docker. Note that compared to the original Parse, Parse Jobs and Parse Analytics are not provided, but it's a NodeJS/Express-friendly tool, so that could/should be someting a NodeJS developer could implement on their own (or plug a third-party into) if needed. As a quick-stand-up backend, though, it should be more than adequate.

Tags: backend   nodejs  

Last modified 22 June 2021