The tools that are available to the world's mobile developers appear to be expanding dramatically, from virtual reality kits to those for the Internet of Things. But a new utensil released in just the past few months -- and bolstered by an online learning course announced last week -- could prove far more useful to developers interested in more advanced services and applications.
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Facebook will fully retire its Parse mobile development platform on Jan. 28, 2017, a move that left many app developers searching for answers.
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