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Top 5 Firebase Open Source Alternatives for 2021

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  1. Firebase is a cloud service designed to power real-time, collaborative applications for mobile and web.

    Trying to make a Program of my own but don't know where to... about 4 days ago:

    For the programming part, once you've decided what you want to build, come up with a plan and a stack (of languages and frameworks) that best suit your goal. I've had success building webapps with frameworks like React.js (javascript build in ) and easy to learn (and free) databases like google's firebase ( ). For other more complicated software I am a little less...
  2. For devs, by devs. An easy way to build, host and manage Apps using the open source Parse Server. Scalable Servers, Pre-build examples, Cross-Platform support

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

    Why is subscene blocked ? about 15 days ago

    They have blocked which is just a site of an open source backend that is used to deploy mobile apps.
  4. Free and open source backend as a service on-premises for IoT and mobile apps with advanced functionalities: real-time pub/sub, fast search and geofencing

    Do you use Firebase for your flutter apps? about 8 months ago

    Also I recommend you to use foreign-key database structure, instead of documents. To my opinion it suits better to Parse Server. If you wanna use documents, you could try kuzzle also good solution!
  5. JavaScript library for app development using cloud services

  6. Appwrite provides web and mobile developers with a set of easy-to-use and integrate REST APIs to manage their core backend needs.

    Become a master of the database using Appwrite's new query API about 5 days ago

    If you're wondering what Appwrite is, you're missing out! Appwrite is open source backend-as-a-service that abstracts all the complexity involved in building a modern application by providing you with a set of REST APIs for your core backend needs. Appwrite handles user authentication and authorization, file storage, real-time APIs, cloud functions, webhooks and the subject of today, databases.