Engadget post time: April 26, 2013 at 01:49AM
Hot on the heels of its Mobile Developer Conference, Facebook today announced its intentions to buy cloud-based app development service Parse, a company with which the site has collaborated in the past. According to a post on Facebook’s Developers blog, the purchase will go a ways toward helping devs, “rapidly build apps that span mobile platforms and devices.” The acquisition will bring a number of cloud-based tools like data storage, user management and notifications to Facebook developers. For each company’s take on the news, check out the source links below. We also spoke to a Facebook spokesperson, who told us, “This is an acquisition, not a talent deal.” As for financial terms, they wouldn’t say.
Reference source: Engadget