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This article was published on August 13, 2015


Facebook’s Parse releases SDKs for iOS, Android and Mac as open source projects

Facebook’s Parse releases SDKs for iOS, Android and Mac as open source projects
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Parse, Facebook’s platform for building native mobile apps, will now have its SDKs available as open source projects.

The SDKs for OS X, iOS and Android are already up on GitHub. Facebook is promising its SDKs for other platforms (like IoT) are “soon to come.”

In a blog post announcing Parse’s SDKs were going open source, Software Engineer Nikita Lutsenko also noted Parse now powers “more than 800 million active app-device pairs per month.” Releasing those SDKs via GitHub will undoubtedly accelerate Parse’s growth, too.

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