We understand that this won’t be an easy transition, and we’re working hard to make this process as easy as possible. We are committed to maintaining the backend service during the sunset period, and are providing several tools to help migrate applications to other services.
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The Parse API will continue to function, though Facebook is also releasing a database migration tool to help developers transition to a MongoDB database. The company is also releasing its open source Parse Server to run an API from a Node.js server.
While the shutdown is unwelcome news, a champion already exists. Twitter’s Fabric toolkit offers much of the same functionality as Parse, and Twitter’s development team has an ongoing series on how to best utilize its tools.
➤ Moving on [Facebook]