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Parse Server or AppWrite

Parse AppWrite PocketBase.io
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    Build applications faster with object and file storage, user authentication, push notifications, dashboard and more out of the box.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    I was regular user of Parse and after it became open-source I have built around 5-6 projects using Parse, two of them is with Flutter, but that's 1-2 years ago, and back then their Flutter SDK was a bit weak and unofficial, but currently Flutter SDK became official and I am about to start a new project, now I am considering another option AppWrite. Anyone used both and let me know how AppWrite compares to Parse? Pros and cons.

    #Developer Tools #App Development #Backend As A Service 20 social mentions

  2. Appwrite provides web and mobile developers with a set of easy-to-use and integrate REST APIs to manage their core backend needs.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    I was regular user of Parse and after it became open-source I have built around 5-6 projects using Parse, two of them is with Flutter, but that's 1-2 years ago, and back then their Flutter SDK was a bit weak and unofficial, but currently Flutter SDK became official and I am about to start a new project, now I am considering another option AppWrite. Anyone used both and let me know how AppWrite compares to Parse? Pros and cons.

    #Developer Tools #Backend As A Service #REST API 167 social mentions

  3. Open Source backend with realtime database, authentication, file storage and admin dashboard, all compiled in 1 portable executable.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Free
    Try PocketBase this easy to setup and include admin panel dashboard with Sqlite database So if you want Sql relation with Easy to setup backend with Open source that do not cost you Pocketbase is great Option.

    #Realtime Backend / API #Web Frameworks #Open Source 79 social mentions

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