BaaS revolution: Bring your next App to Back4App

submitted 5 months ago, Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017, 00:07:11 by jamessmith in Technology / Science
BaaS revolution: Bring your next App to Back4App
Back4App is a serverless backend development platform which allows developers to create apps at lightning speed building the backend with no code, host their apps with no infrastructure hassles and scale those apps with no technical locks.
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