Mobile backend tools for developers are changing the way apps are developed. Apps that used to require expensive teams of experienced engineers can now be developed in a fraction of the time, and at rates that were unheard of before. Everyone from the smallest independent startup to industry giants like Microsoft and Google is trying to win a share of the no-server, no-infrastructure mobile development market on a global scale. When it comes to choosing to go without a server, however, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of each approach.
Every project is different, and demands its own set of tools and a correct methodology that best fits its needs and objectives. And of course there are development frameworks perfect for server-based projects, and others that are better tuned for...read more
By Valentin Bazarevsky
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