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This article was published on October 14, 2015

Google acquires Divshot to up its Web hosting game

Google acquires Divshot to up its Web hosting game
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Google has acquired Divshot, a developer platform for building front-end web apps.

The company will shut down on December 14 and its team will join Firebase, a Google-owned cloud service for hosting apps.

Divshot has been associated with Firebase for a while now; its technology is used to power Firebase Hosting services. The company has released a migration guide to help existing customers move their projects to Firebase.

Google acquired Firebase last October to round out its offerings for mobile app development.

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