Tiggzi Mobile App Builder stands out in how easy it is to incorporate REST services with public APIs into mobile apps. The classic example for this is our demo of using the Twitter search service in an app. However, examples like this presuppose that there is already a back-end service to tap into. What if you need to create the back-end service?
One alternative is a company called Parse that provides “an instant server for your mobile app.” With Parse you can set up anything from a data storage service to a user management service to a push notification service and then link to it through the created service’s API inside your mobile app.
You can see all of this in action in a webinar demo presented by Max Katz. Max will set up the service on parse.com then walk you through step by step in how to use the service inside a Tiggzi app. Attendees will be able to test the app on their own at various stages. At the end, there will be plenty of time for questions.
See you there!
Building HTML5 Mobile Apps with Tiggzi Using Parse Back-end Services
February 23, Thursday
11am US Pacific Time
Mobile in minutes!
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