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If you are a programmer wanting to use Parse to develop applications for watchOS 2 and tvOS, you are in luck.
The company run by Mark Mark Zuckerberg is now offering a tool for each operating system via its Technology Partners policy, and therefore via Parse. This means full development is now possible, doing away with the need to chop up code when creating underlying systems.
The main benefits of this are the ability to control push notifications, the user registry, and data storage and synchronization in the cloud, none of which will require extra work performed independently.
Thanks particularly to the Facebook Software Development Kit for tvOS, users of Parse will now find it easy to incorporate and access applications via Mac televisions, using a recently published beta.
Parse support for new platforms is making considerable progress, bearing in mind that the company has just launched a tool for the first version of watchOS. More than 600,000 developers and two billion API calls each month grease the wheels of Parse, while these numbers are set to grow thanks to Apple platform development tools.
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