Have you found a real alternative to Parse?

Everyone knows that parse.com will soon be closed. Who where already moved? Your hosting with open sortnum Pars (https://github.com/ParsePlatform/parse-server/wiki... not yet considered. Firebase? Do I understand correctly that it has no server-side scripts?
Remains something from this list: https://github.com/relatedcode/ParseAlternatives#p... (key points - push notifications, server side code, for free for small volumes):

1. nimbleparse.com - looks polyribosyl option startup on the basis of love for the Pars. The limit on memory, $10\month for 512 MB of memory, no intelligence and background tasks (stored procedures?), Twitter has not been updated since February, on Facebook all some kind of game. No word about pushi, no support, except by mail, from want of money.

2. https://www.nodechef.com/parse-server - looks like a working version, here's the limit on memory, 128M of app - $9 per month

3. parse-hosting.oursky.com/pricing - a working version, $20\month for 30 requests / sec

4. www.parseground.com - a working version, server-side code, pushi, from $5 per month (1M requests per month). Update: when registering says that you turn 2000 people. While the outside option.

5. parsehosting.net - development in full swing, no clear price tag, 50 or 500 euros + VAT is for what period? Well, what they "rummage the office with the specialists in tag" depressing, its normal no?
6. www.runparse.com dead
7. yourparse.com - subscription form notice, do not see the price tag, plus make Hungarians, bad signs. Write in Twitter that made cloudcode and looking for the ability to run many instances of MongoDB. Not ready in General.

Total - who have already poyuzat? Or all sitting on the old Pars in anticipation of the new Pars-hosting heroes? )
July 9th 19 at 11:18
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July 9th 19 at 11:20
else to the list of hosts with the Parse Server, you can add https://www.back4app.com/pricing/ (these rates including the queries is limited, there is a free rate, is the concept of a Public API when the services are for free at all in principle, but in some circumstances, it might make sense for Open-source apps)
now nodechef tested...the container had 256 Mb immediately put (on where to eat 48%), in response to the question - support said that well, perhaps you have a project (actually about 100 thousand rows in the database and 5 tables. + a little Cloud Coude triggers, not very complex in my opinion, and VERY few customers).
upd:
parseground is now sashido.io, and the queue is gone.
July 9th 19 at 11:22
Of course. No cloudcode. - Tiana_Olson16 commented on July 9th 19 at 11:25
July 9th 19 at 11:24
Everyone knows that parse.com will soon be closed.


Yes, and they're all laid out in OpenSRS. Can deploy your own parse.

Firebase? Do I understand correctly that it has no server-side scripts?


Through app engine.

For the rest, do not presume to say.
July 9th 19 at 11:26
Above:
>Firebase? Do I understand correctly that it has no server-side scripts?
July 9th 19 at 11:28
https://backendless.com/ not considered?

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