Businesses are adopting cloud hosting services more and more every day. Especially, because they offer cost-effective solutions with better reliability. Firebase and Netlify are two of the easiest and most powerful tools in this category.
Both of them are packed with features that help us deploy our applications with ease. So, in this guide, we will learn their use cases, pros, cons, and when you should prefer one over the other. We’ll also set up and deploy a project on both Firebase and Netlify. It will help us understand the technical details of how to use each service.
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Are you an entrepreneur or an IT manager undertaking a mobile app development? You would probably like to focus more on the front-end. That’s natural since the front-end of the app influences the user experience. Having said that, you can’t cut corners as far as the mobile backend is considered. Building and maintaining a mobile backend takes time and effort. It involves complexities. This is where a “Mobile Backend-as-a-Service” (MBaaS) platform can help. There are several MBaaS platforms though, and you might find it hard to choose one. This comparison between Firebase vs MongoDB Stitch vs AWS amplify vs Azure Mobile Apps can help.
In this comparison, we briefly understand what MBaaS platforms are. We review their pros and cons. We review the above-mentioned MBaaS platforms and compare them. Finally, we analyze when to use any one of these MBaaS platforms.
Why should you explore “Mobile Backend-as-a-Service” (MBaaS) platforms and what are they? What advantages do they offer? Would you face any limitations in your mobile development project due to using an MBaaS? We now address these questions, which will set the context.
Before delving into MBaaS, let’s briefly recap the various “as-a-service” models that cloud computing has spawned. We typically talk about 3 types of cloud computing models:
An MBaaS platform is closer to a PaaS platform, and we will see how.
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