Backend as a Services, dubbed “BaaS”, are companies that provide easily integrated cloud-based backends for mobile app developers (and web based). Meaning, nowadays, all Mobile Apps (may) need Users, Logins, Checkings, Places, Geolocations, uploading data, pushing data, and so on. It’s a Database on the fly, ready to be queried.
You can of course develop your own, but this comes right out of the box, promises to be secure and scalable (with some even offering Analytics).
On Monday (April 16, 2012) Cocoafish.com turned into Appcelerator’s New Cloud Service, which pushed me to write a post on the affairs of BaaS as it stands today.
(in alphabetical order)
★ Appelerator Cloud Services:
ACS is my first experience into BaaS ( when it was Cocoafish), I was privileged enough to get a Beta account as they launched into beta, and played around extensively with it. They offer you a custom Object you can save on…
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