@lestheryes absolutely, that’s why we’re here. Many people use the Parse Platform on both small and large scale. It offers a range of client SDKs which make it extremely easy to develop mobile apps.
Moreover you can use cloud functions and jobs to run your business logic securely. ParsePlatform.org has all the docs and api references to get you up and running quickly.
If you come to rely on the Parse Sever we always appreciate contributions as it makes the platform better for everyone.
@natalio I just had a quick scan through the JS API Reference and I can't find
saveEventually so don't think this functionality exists. If you would like to make a pull request or feature request please do on the JS repo.
For the record we are phasing out this chat and If you have any further code level questions please ask them on Stack Overflow with the
parse-platform tag - see announcement here
@SimonBourdon We are closing down the chat in favour of other channels, so please join the community forum but I will quickly answer your questions anyway.
My personal opinion is that most of the SDKs are in good shape but not all are super active. In fact there was a new release of the JS SDK just yesterday. The iOS SDK is lacking a committed maintainer but still works well.
In terms of your concerns about scaling and use in production - see this - of course achieving smooth scaling is not just down to Parse Sever it also relies on you having the right infrastructure in place. Moreover the purpose of the Parse Platform is not to power the next Amazon it is to enable the next Amazon to grow to the point where it can sustain its own in-house backend etc.
As always if there is something that doesn't work or a feature you would like to see added we are a very welcoming community that is always open to pull requests.
See the discussion on this parse-community/parse-server#5419
We do still use the Slack group which is useful for organisational discussion amongst maintainers (mainly in private messages - so don't be put off by the lack of activity in the public threads).