Today we continue our conversation about the shutdown of Parse and third-party dependencies in general. We talk about the opportunity costs of running your own backend, about balancing risk and opportunity, and about making contingency plans.
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Show Notes and Links
- Moving On – Parse’s announcement of their closing
- Parse Migration Guide
- Release Notes #43: Too Many Tendrils – In which we discuss the shutdown of StackMob
- Release Notes #10: Third Party – In which we discuss the benefits and dangers of relying on third-party dependencies
- Parse Alternatives – A crowd-sourced list of Backend-as-a-Service providers that are alternatives to Parse