Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse announced the launch of its Parse Push Experiments earlier this month, aimed at allowing developers to incorporate A/B testing into their apps’ push notifications. Facebook data scientist John Myles White offered some best practices for developers using Parse Push Experiments, as well as a video of the tool in action, in a blog post.
Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse announced Monday that it is providing a way for developers to incorporate A/B testing into their apps’ push notifications with its introduction of Parse Push Experiments.
When Facebook held its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco April 30, its cloud-based application platform, Parse, launched iOS and Android apps to help attendees manage their F8 experiences. Parse announced Thursday that it has open-sourced the code for those apps.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could know when someone unfriends you? Facebook apparently doesn’t want you to know when someone unfriends you, though, so it’s not easy to sort out (short of keeping a separate running list and checking it periodically for the missing). But I have two friend trackers you can try.
Music fans have embraced concert-discovery application Bandsintown, and now the company is targeting artists and managers with its new app, Bandsintown Manager, aimed at allowing them to manage their social presences via their devices.
Developers looking for a way to more closely tie their applications together with their websites will soon have a solution, compliments of Facebook, which announced at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday that it is beta-testing a feature it is calling mobile install notifications.